scrutinise

Scrupulous vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

scrupulous | scrutinise |


As an adjective scrupulous

is exactly and carefully conducted.

As a verb scrutinise is

to examine something with great care.

Inspection vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

inspection | scrutinise |


As a noun inspection

is act of examining something, often closely.

As a verb scrutinise is

to examine something with great care.

Scrutinise vs Peruse - What's the difference?

scrutinise | peruse |


In lang=en terms the difference between scrutinise and peruse

is that scrutinise is to audit accounts etc in order to verify them while peruse is to read completely.

As verbs the difference between scrutinise and peruse

is that scrutinise is to examine something with great care while peruse is to examine or consider with care.

As a noun peruse is

an examination or perusal; an instance of perusing.

Scour vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

scour | scrutinise |


As verbs the difference between scour and scrutinise

is that scour is to clean, polish, or wash something by scrubbing it vigorously while scrutinise is to examine something with great care.

As a noun scour

is the removal of sediment caused by swiftly moving water.

Review vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

review | scrutinise |


As verbs the difference between review and scrutinise

is that review is to survey; to look broadly over while scrutinise is to examine something with great care.

As a noun review

is a second or subsequent reading of a text or artifact.

Concern vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

concern | scrutinise |


As verbs the difference between concern and scrutinise

is that concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to while scrutinise is to examine something with great care.

As a noun concern

is that which affects one's welfare or happiness.

Discern vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

discern | scrutinise |


In lang=en terms the difference between discern and scrutinise

is that discern is to perceive differences while scrutinise is to audit accounts etc in order to verify them.

As verbs the difference between discern and scrutinise

is that discern is to detect with the senses, especially with the eyes while scrutinise is to examine something with great care.

Scrutinise vs Scrutiny - What's the difference?

scrutinise | scrutiny |


As verbs the difference between scrutinise and scrutiny

is that scrutinise is to examine something with great care while scrutiny is (obsolete|rare) to scrutinize.

As a noun scrutiny is

intense study of someone or something.

Scrutinise - What does it mean?

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Squint vs Scrutinise - What's the difference?

squint | scrutinise |


As verbs the difference between squint and scrutinise

is that squint is (lb) to look with the eyes partly closed, as in bright sunlight, or as a threatening expression while scrutinise is to examine something with great care.

As a noun squint

is an expression in which the eyes are partly closed.

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