motive

Motive vs Sake - What's the difference?

motive | sake | Related terms |

Motive is a related term of sake.


As a verb motive

is .

As a noun sake is

sake, (japanese rice wine).

Concern vs Motive - What's the difference?

concern | motive | Related terms |

Concern is a related term of motive.


As verbs the difference between concern and motive

is that concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to while motive is .

As a noun concern

is that which affects one's welfare or happiness.

Pretext vs Motive - What's the difference?

pretext | motive |


As verbs the difference between pretext and motive

is that pretext is to employ a pretext, which involves using a false or contrived purpose for soliciting the gain of something else while motive is .

As a noun pretext

is a false, contrived, or assumed purpose or reason; a pretense.

Motive vs Emotion - What's the difference?

motive | emotion |


As a verb motive

is .

As a noun emotion is

emotion.

Motive vs Null - What's the difference?

motive | null |


As a verb motive

is .

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Motive vs Action - What's the difference?

motive | action | Related terms |

Motive is a related term of action.


As verbs the difference between motive and action

is that motive is while action is (management) to act on a request etc, in order to put it into effect.

As a noun action is

something done so as to accomplish a purpose.

As an interjection action is

demanding or signifying the start of something, usually an act or scene of a theatric performance.

Motive vs Argument - What's the difference?

motive | argument |


As a verb motive

is .

As a noun argument is

proof, reason, point.

Accounting vs Motive - What's the difference?

accounting | motive | Related terms |

Accounting is a related term of motive.


As verbs the difference between accounting and motive

is that accounting is while motive is .

As a noun accounting

is (accounting) the development and use of a system for recording and analyzing the financial transactions and financial status of a business or other organization.

Volition vs Motive - What's the difference?

volition | motive |


As a noun volition

is a conscious choice or decision.

As a verb motive is

.

Motive vs Hope - What's the difference?

motive | hope | Related terms |

Motive is a related term of hope.


As a verb motive

is .

As a proper noun hope is

from the virtue, like faith and charity first used by puritans.

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