saved

Saved vs Putin - What's the difference?

saved | putin |


As a verb saved

is (save).

As an adjective saved

is (christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

As a proper noun putin is

.

Unscathed vs Saved - What's the difference?

unscathed | saved |


As adjectives the difference between unscathed and saved

is that unscathed is not harmed or damaged in any way; untouched while saved is (christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

As a verb saved is

(save).

Stinted vs Saved - What's the difference?

stinted | saved |


As adjectives the difference between stinted and saved

is that stinted is (dated) constrained; restrained; confined while saved is (christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

As verbs the difference between stinted and saved

is that stinted is (stint) while saved is (save).

Stowed vs Saved - What's the difference?

stowed | saved |


As verbs the difference between stowed and saved

is that stowed is (stow) while saved is (save).

As an adjective saved is

(christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

Godly vs Saved - What's the difference?

godly | saved |


As adjectives the difference between godly and saved

is that godly is of or pertaining to a god while saved is (christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

As an adverb godly

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

As a verb saved is

(save).

Maintained vs Saved - What's the difference?

maintained | saved |


As adjectives the difference between maintained and saved

is that maintained is showing maintenance or attention while saved is (christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

As verbs the difference between maintained and saved

is that maintained is (maintain) while saved is (save).

Serve vs Saved - What's the difference?

serve | saved |


As verbs the difference between serve and saved

is that serve is to provide a service while saved is (save).

As a noun serve

is (sports) an act of putting the ball or shuttlecock in play in various games.

As an adjective saved is

(christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

Safe vs Saved - What's the difference?

safe | saved |


As a noun safe

is safe.

As a verb saved is

(save).

As an adjective saved is

(christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

Preserved vs Saved - What's the difference?

preserved | saved |


As verbs the difference between preserved and saved

is that preserved is (preserve) while saved is (save).

As an adjective saved is

(christianity) rescued from the consequences of sin.

Saved - What does it mean?

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