sed

Sed - What does it mean?

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Depressed vs Sed - What's the difference?

depressed | sed |


As a verb depressed

is (depress).

As an adjective depressed

is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Posed vs Sed - What's the difference?

posed | sed |


As a verb posed

is (pose).

As an adjective posed

is (obsolete) firm; determined; fixed.

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Seld vs Sed - What's the difference?

seld | sed |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Sed vs Sted - What's the difference?

sed | sted |


As nouns the difference between sed and sted

is that sed is (electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display while sted is town.

Used vs Sed - What's the difference?

used | sed |


As a verb used

is (use).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Sed vs Sled - What's the difference?

sed | sled |


As nouns the difference between sed and sled

is that sed is (electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display while sled is a small, light vehicle with runners, used, mostly by young persons, for sliding on snow or ice.

As a verb sled is

to ride a sled.

Sed vs Sned - What's the difference?

sed | sned |


As a noun sed

is (electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

As a verb sned is

(uk|dialect) to lop; to snathe.

Sez vs Sed - What's the difference?

sez | sed |


As an initialism sez

is (economics).

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Sod vs Sed - What's the difference?

sod | sed |


As nouns the difference between sod and sed

is that sod is sodium while sed is (electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

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