rite

Rite vs Order - What's the difference?

rite | order |


As an adjective rite

is humid, wet.

As a noun order is

, command.

Rite vs Sacred - What's the difference?

rite | sacred |


As adjectives the difference between rite and sacred

is that rite is humid, wet while sacred is set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred' place; a '''sacred''' day; ' sacred service.

As a verb sacred is

(sacre).

Rite vs Mass - What's the difference?

rite | mass |


As an adjective rite

is humid, wet.

As a noun mass is

march.

Writ vs Rite - What's the difference?

writ | rite |


As a noun writ

is (legal) a written order, issued by a court, ordering someone to do (or stop doing) something.

As a verb writ

is (dated|nonstandard).

As an adjective rite is

humid, wet.

Upright vs Rite - What's the difference?

upright | rite |


As adjectives the difference between upright and rite

is that upright is vertical; erect while rite is humid, wet.

As an adverb upright

is in or into an upright position.

As a noun upright

is any vertical part of a structure, especially one of the goal posts in sports.

Rite vs Righten - What's the difference?

rite | righten |


As an adjective rite

is humid, wet.

As a verb righten is

to make right; correct.

Award vs Rite - What's the difference?

award | rite |


As a noun award

is (legal) a judgment, sentence, or final decision specifically: the decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.

As a verb award

is (legal) to give by sentence or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after careful regard to the nature of the case; to adjudge; as, the arbitrators awarded damages to the complainant.

As an adjective rite is

humid, wet.

Obligation vs Rite - What's the difference?

obligation | rite |


As a noun obligation

is the act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie to someone.

As an adjective rite is

humid, wet.

Cult vs Rite - What's the difference?

cult | rite |


As adjectives the difference between cult and rite

is that cult is of, or relating to a cult while rite is humid, wet.

As a noun cult

is a group of people with a religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members.

Amirite vs Rite - What's the difference?

amirite | rite |


As an interjection amirite

is (internet|informal|rhetorical question) (am i right).

As an adjective rite is

humid, wet.

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