sentiment

Sentiment vs Scene - What's the difference?

sentiment | scene |


As nouns the difference between sentiment and scene

is that sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense while scene is scene, stage.

Sentiment vs Structure - What's the difference?

sentiment | structure |


As a noun sentiment

is a general thought, feeling, or sense.

As a verb structure is

.

As an adjective structure is

structured.

Sentiment vs Affect - What's the difference?

sentiment | affect |


As nouns the difference between sentiment and affect

is that sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense while affect is (obsolete) one's mood or inclination; mental state.

As a verb affect is

to influence or alter or affect can be (obsolete|transitive) to aim for, to try to obtain.

Sentiment vs Disoriented - What's the difference?

sentiment | disoriented |


As a noun sentiment

is a general thought, feeling, or sense.

As a verb disoriented is

(disorient).

As an adjective disoriented is

having lost one's direction; confused.

Sentiment vs Stance - What's the difference?

sentiment | stance |


As nouns the difference between sentiment and stance

is that sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense while stance is the manner, posture, or pose in which one stands.

Polarity vs Sentiment - What's the difference?

polarity | sentiment |


As nouns the difference between polarity and sentiment

is that polarity is the separation, alignment or orientation of something into two opposed poles while sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense.

Sentiment vs Values - What's the difference?

sentiment | values |


As a noun sentiment

is a general thought, feeling, or sense.

As a verb values is

.

Sentiment vs Prospective - What's the difference?

sentiment | prospective |


As nouns the difference between sentiment and prospective

is that sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense while prospective is (obsolete) the scene before or around, in time or in space; view; prospect.

As an adjective prospective is

likely or expected to happen or become.

Sentiment vs Romance - What's the difference?

sentiment | romance |


As nouns the difference between sentiment and romance

is that sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense while romance is .

Estimation vs Sentiment - What's the difference?

estimation | sentiment | Related terms |

Estimation is a related term of sentiment.


As nouns the difference between estimation and sentiment

is that estimation is the process of making an estimate while sentiment is a general thought, feeling, or sense.

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