scened

Wikidiffcom vs Scened - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | scened |


As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

As a verb scened is

(scene).

Sconed vs Scened - What's the difference?

sconed | scened |


As verbs the difference between sconed and scened

is that sconed is (scone) while scened is (scene).

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

Scened vs Scented - What's the difference?

scened | scented |


As adjectives the difference between scened and scented

is that scened is (in combinations) having a particular number of scenes while scented is having a pleasant aroma.

As verbs the difference between scened and scented

is that scened is (scene) while scented is (scent).

Scerned vs Scened - What's the difference?

scerned | scened |


As verbs the difference between scerned and scened

is that scerned is (scern) while scened is (scene).

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

Scene vs Scened - What's the difference?

scene | scened |


As a noun scene

is scene, stage.

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

As a verb scened is

(scene).

Scenes vs Scened - What's the difference?

scenes | scened |


As a noun scenes

is .

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

As a verb scened is

(scene).

Scener vs Scened - What's the difference?

scener | scened |


As a noun scener

is a member of a scene, especially the demoscene.

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

As a verb scened is

(scene).

Scend vs Scened - What's the difference?

scend | scened |


As a noun scend

is the rising motion of water as a wave passes; a surge.

As an adjective scened is

(in combinations) having a particular number of scenes.

As a verb scened is

(scene).