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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).

Optional vs Insightful - What's the difference?

optional | insightful |


As adjectives the difference between optional and insightful

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while insightful is possessing insight.

Optional vs Available - What's the difference?

optional | available |


As adjectives the difference between optional and available

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while available is such as one may avail one’s self of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.

Optional vs Selectional - What's the difference?

optional | selectional |


As adjectives the difference between optional and selectional

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while selectional is of or pertaining to selection.

Essential vs Optional - What's the difference?

essential | optional |


As adjectives the difference between essential and optional

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

As a noun essential

is a necessary ingredient.

Optional vs Preferred - What's the difference?

optional | preferred |


As adjectives the difference between optional and preferred

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

As a verb preferred is

(prefer).

As a noun preferred is

(finance) preferred stock.

Legend vs Optional - What's the difference?

legend | optional |


As a noun legend

is a story of unknown origin describing plausible but extraordinary past events.

As a verb legend

is (archaic|transitive) to tell or narrate; to recount.

As an adjective optional is

not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective.

Optional vs Selectable - What's the difference?

optional | selectable |


As adjectives the difference between optional and selectable

is that optional is not compulsory; left to personal choice; elective while selectable is capable of being selected.

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