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Genuine vs Old - What's the difference?

genuine | old |


As an adjective genuine

is belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure.

As a noun old is

age.

Old vs Extinct - What's the difference?

old | extinct |


As a noun old

is age.

As an adjective extinct is

(dated) extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc).

Old vs Ytphp - What's the difference?

old | ytphp |

Old vs Old-fashioned - What's the difference?

old | old-fashioned | Synonyms |

Old is a synonym of old-fashioned.


As nouns the difference between old and old-fashioned

is that old is age while old-fashioned is a whiskey-based cocktail.

As an adjective old-fashioned is

of a thing, outdated or no longer in vogue.

Old vs Provius - What's the difference?

old | provius |

Sage vs Old - What's the difference?

sage | old |


As a verb sage

is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun old is

age.

Old vs Ancienty - What's the difference?

old | ancienty |


As nouns the difference between old and ancienty

is that old is age while ancienty is (obsolete) age; antiquity.

Old vs Anitque - What's the difference?

old | anitque |

Resilient vs Old - What's the difference?

resilient | old |


As a verb resilient

is .

As a noun old is

age.

Old vs Senior - What's the difference?

old | senior |


As nouns the difference between old and senior

is that old is age while senior is .

As an adjective senior is

.

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