sainted

Worshipful vs Sainted - What's the difference?

worshipful | sainted | Related terms |

Worshipful is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between worshipful and sainted

is that worshipful is (british) a respectful form of address used in the name of livery companies (such as "the worshipful company of scriveners") while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Reverent vs Sainted - What's the difference?

reverent | sainted | Related terms |

Reverent is a related term of sainted.


As verbs the difference between reverent and sainted

is that reverent is while sainted is (saint).

As an adjective sainted is

of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

Devout vs Sainted - What's the difference?

devout | sainted | Related terms |

Devout is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between devout and sainted

is that devout is devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties; absorbed in religious exercises; given to devotion; pious; reverent; religious while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a noun devout

is (obsolete) a devotee.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Faithful vs Sainted - What's the difference?

faithful | sainted | Related terms |

Faithful is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between faithful and sainted

is that faithful is loyal; adhering firmly to person or cause while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a noun faithful

is the practicing members of a religion or followers of a cause.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Religious vs Sainted - What's the difference?

religious | sainted | Related terms |

Religious is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between religious and sainted

is that religious is concerning religion while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a noun religious

is a member of a religious order, ie a monk or nun.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Saintly vs Sainted - What's the difference?

saintly | sainted | Related terms |

Saintly is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between saintly and sainted

is that saintly is like or characteristic of a saint; befitting a holy person; saintlike while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Reverential vs Sainted - What's the difference?

reverential | sainted | Related terms |

Reverential is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between reverential and sainted

is that reverential is in a reverent manner, honoring, respectful while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Godly vs Sainted - What's the difference?

godly | sainted | Related terms |

Godly is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between godly and sainted

is that godly is of or pertaining to a god while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As an adverb godly

is in a godly manner; piously; devoutly; righteously.

As a verb sainted is

(saint).

Divine vs Sainted - What's the difference?

divine | sainted | Related terms |

Divine is a related term of sainted.


As adjectives the difference between divine and sainted

is that divine is of or pertaining to a god while sainted is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

As verbs the difference between divine and sainted

is that divine is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination while sainted is (saint).

As a noun divine

is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

Sainted vs Fainted - What's the difference?

sainted | fainted |


As verbs the difference between sainted and fainted

is that sainted is (saint) while fainted is (faint).

As an adjective sainted

is of or pertaining to a saint; saint-like, reverenced.

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