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Contingent vs Rely - What's the difference?

contingent | rely |


As a noun contingent

is an event which may or may not happen; that which is unforeseen, undetermined, or dependent on something future; a contingency.

As an adjective contingent

is possible or liable, but not certain to occur; incidental; casual.

As a verb rely is

to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

Rely vs Taking - What's the difference?

rely | taking |


As verbs the difference between rely and taking

is that rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend while taking is .

As an adjective taking is

alluring; attractive.

As a noun taking is

the act by which something is taken.

Rely vs Depending - What's the difference?

rely | depending |


As verbs the difference between rely and depending

is that rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend while depending is .

Feel vs Rely - What's the difference?

feel | rely |


As verbs the difference between feel and rely

is that feel is (lb) to use the sense of touch while rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

As a noun feel

is a quality of an object experienced by touch.

As a pronoun feel

is .

As an adjective feel

is .

As an adverb feel

is .

Rely vs Emphasis - What's the difference?

rely | emphasis |


As a verb rely

is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

As a noun emphasis is

special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important.

Rely vs Convince - What's the difference?

rely | convince |


As verbs the difference between rely and convince

is that rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend while convince is to make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence.

Rely vs Bankon - What's the difference?

rely | bankon |


As a verb rely

is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

As a proper noun bankon is

a language of cameroon.

Lien vs Rely - What's the difference?

lien | rely |


As verbs the difference between lien and rely

is that lien is while rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

Rely vs Resort - What's the difference?

rely | resort |


As verbs the difference between rely and resort

is that rely is to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend while resort is to have recourse (to), now especially from necessity or frustration or resort can be to repeat a sorting process; sort again.

As a noun resort is

a place where people go for recreation, especially one with facilities]] such as [[lodging|lodgings, entertainment, and a relaxing environment or resort can be an act of sorting again or resort can be (obsolete) active power or movement; spring.

Wikidiffcom vs Rely - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | rely |


As a verb rely is

to rest with confidence, as when fully satisfied of the veracity, integrity, or ability of persons, or of the certainty of facts or of evidence; to have confidence; to trust; to depend.

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