relieved

Relieved vs Amazed - What's the difference?

relieved | amazed |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and amazed

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while amazed is astonished; confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder; greatly surprised.

As verbs the difference between relieved and amazed

is that relieved is (relieve) while amazed is (amaze).

Relieved vs Gratified - What's the difference?

relieved | gratified |


As verbs the difference between relieved and gratified

is that relieved is (relieve) while gratified is (gratify).

As an adjective relieved

is experiencing or exhibiting relief.

Relieved vs Amused - What's the difference?

relieved | amused |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and amused

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while amused is pleasurably entertained.

As verbs the difference between relieved and amused

is that relieved is (relieve) while amused is (amuse).

Annoyed vs Relieved - What's the difference?

annoyed | relieved |


As verbs the difference between annoyed and relieved

is that annoyed is (annoy) while relieved is (relieve).

As adjectives the difference between annoyed and relieved

is that annoyed is troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked; vexed while relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief.

Relieved vs Relievable - What's the difference?

relieved | relievable |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and relievable

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while relievable is capable of being relieved; fitted to receive relief.

As a verb relieved

is (relieve).

Relieved vs Calm - What's the difference?

relieved | calm |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and calm

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while calm is (of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.

As verbs the difference between relieved and calm

is that relieved is (relieve) while calm is to make calm.

As a noun calm is

(in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

Relive vs Relieved - What's the difference?

relive | relieved |


As verbs the difference between relive and relieved

is that relive is (obsolete|transitive) to bring back to life; to revive, resuscitate while relieved is (relieve).

As an adjective relieved is

experiencing or exhibiting relief.

Relieved vs Reassuring - What's the difference?

relieved | reassuring |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and reassuring

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while reassuring is that reassures; causing comfort or confidence.

As verbs the difference between relieved and reassuring

is that relieved is (relieve) while reassuring is .

As a noun reassuring is

reassurance.

Pacified vs Relieved - What's the difference?

pacified | relieved |


As verbs the difference between pacified and relieved

is that pacified is (pacify) while relieved is (relieve).

As an adjective relieved is

experiencing or exhibiting relief.

Relieved vs Retired - What's the difference?

relieved | retired |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and retired

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As verbs the difference between relieved and retired

is that relieved is (relieve) while retired is (retire).

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