patient

Doctrine vs Patient - What's the difference?

doctrine | patient |


As nouns the difference between doctrine and patient

is that doctrine is a belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters while patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

Patient vs Temperance - What's the difference?

patient | temperance |


As nouns the difference between patient and temperance

is that patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment while temperance is temperance.

Casualties vs Patient - What's the difference?

casualties | patient |


As nouns the difference between casualties and patient

is that casualties is while patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

Unresistant vs Patient - What's the difference?

unresistant | patient |


As an adjective unresistant

is not resistant.

As a noun patient is

patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

Sociable vs Patient - What's the difference?

sociable | patient |


As an adjective sociable

is tending to socialize or be social; friendly; inviting; congenial.

As a noun patient is

patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

Gift vs Patient - What's the difference?

gift | patient |


As an initialism gift

is (medicine) (gamete intrafallopian transfer).

As a noun patient is

patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

Patient vs Object - What's the difference?

patient | object |


As nouns the difference between patient and object

is that patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment while object is a thing that has physical existence.

As a verb object is

to disagree with something or someone; especially in a court of law, to raise an objection.

Keen vs Patient - What's the difference?

keen | patient |


As nouns the difference between keen and patient

is that keen is a prolonged wail for a deceased person while patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

As an adjective keen

is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

Patient vs Compassion - What's the difference?

patient | compassion |


As nouns the difference between patient and compassion

is that patient is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment while compassion is deep awareness of the suffering of another, coupled with the wish to relieve it.

As a verb compassion is

(obsolete) to pity.

Spirited vs Patient - What's the difference?

spirited | patient |


As a verb spirited

is (spirit).

As an adjective spirited

is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.

As a noun patient is

patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

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