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Optional vs Optionary - What's the difference?

optional | optionary |


As adjectives the difference between optional and optionary

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while optionary is .

Optional vs Arbitrary - What's the difference?

optional | arbitrary |


As adjectives the difference between optional and arbitrary

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while arbitrary is (usually|of a decision) based on individual discretion or judgment; not based on any objective distinction, perhaps even made at random.

As a noun arbitrary is

anything arbitrary, such as an arithmetical value or a fee.

Optative vs Optional - What's the difference?

optative | optional |


As adjectives the difference between optative and optional

is that optative is expressing a wish or a choice while optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

As a noun optative

is (grammar) a mood of verbs found in some languages (eg old prussian, ancient greek), used to express a wish english has no inflexional optative mood, but it has modal verbs like "might" and "may" that express possibility.

Optional vs Tailorable - What's the difference?

optional | tailorable |


As adjectives the difference between optional and tailorable

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while tailorable is capable of being made into clothing.

Potential vs Optional - What's the difference?

potential | optional |


As a noun potential

is .

As an adjective optional is

not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

Optional vs Choicely - What's the difference?

optional | choicely |


As an adjective optional

is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

As an adverb choicely is

with care in choosing; with attention to preference.

Optional vs Instigate - What's the difference?

optional | instigate |


As an adjective optional

is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

As a verb instigate is

to goad or urge forward; to set on; to provoke; to incite.

Discretion vs Optional - What's the difference?

discretion | optional |


As a noun discretion

is discretion.

As an adjective optional is

not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

Required vs Optional - What's the difference?

required | optional |


As a verb required

is (require).

As an adjective optional is

not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

Optional vs Encouraged - What's the difference?

optional | encouraged |


As an adjective optional

is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

As a verb encouraged is

(encourage).

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