purport

Purport vs Portray - What's the difference?

purport | portray |


As verbs the difference between purport and portray

is that purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely) while portray is to paint or draw the likeness of.

As a noun purport

is import, intention or purpose.

Purport vs Suggest - What's the difference?

purport | suggest |


As verbs the difference between purport and suggest

is that purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely) while suggest is to imply but stop short of saying explicitly.

As a noun purport

is import, intention or purpose.

Purport vs View - What's the difference?

purport | view | Related terms |

Purport is a related term of view.


As verbs the difference between purport and view

is that purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely) while view is to look at.

As nouns the difference between purport and view

is that purport is import, intention or purpose while view is (label) visual perception.

Perpetrate vs Purport - What's the difference?

perpetrate | purport |


As verbs the difference between perpetrate and purport

is that perpetrate is to be guilty of, or responsible for a crime etc; to commit while purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely).

As a noun purport is

import, intention or purpose.

Theme vs Purport - What's the difference?

theme | purport |


As nouns the difference between theme and purport

is that theme is theme, topic while purport is import, intention or purpose.

As a verb purport is

to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely).

Purport vs Display - What's the difference?

purport | display |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between purport and display

is that purport is (obsolete) disguise; covering while display is (obsolete) to discover; to descry.

As verbs the difference between purport and display

is that purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely) while display is (obsolete) to spread out, to unfurl.

As nouns the difference between purport and display

is that purport is import, intention or purpose while display is a show or spectacle.

Purport vs Believe - What's the difference?

purport | believe |


As verbs the difference between purport and believe

is that purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely) while believe is (label) to accept as true, particularly without absolute certainty (ie, as opposed to knowing).

As a noun purport

is import, intention or purpose.

Concept vs Purport - What's the difference?

concept | purport |


As nouns the difference between concept and purport

is that concept is an understanding retained in the mind, from experience, reasoning and/or imagination; a generalization (generic, basic form), or abstraction (mental impression), of a particular set of instances or occurrences (specific, though different, recorded manifestations of the concept) while purport is import, intention or purpose.

As a verb purport is

to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely).

Purport vs Ed - What's the difference?

purport | ed |


As nouns the difference between purport and ed

is that purport is import, intention or purpose while ed is help.

As a verb purport

is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely).

Repute vs Purport - What's the difference?

repute | purport |


As verbs the difference between repute and purport

is that repute is while purport is to convey, imply, or profess outwardly (often falsely).

As a noun purport is

import, intention or purpose.

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