several

Several vs Frequent - What's the difference?

several | frequent |


As a determiner several

is separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several

is by itself; severally.

As a noun several

is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As an adjective frequent is

frequent; often.

Several vs A - What's the difference?

several | a |


As a determiner several

is separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several

is by itself; severally.

As a noun several

is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a letter a is

the letter a with a tilde.

Numeral vs Several - What's the difference?

numeral | several |


As nouns the difference between numeral and several

is that numeral is numeral while several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As an adjective numeral

is numeral, numeric.

As a determiner several is

separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several is

by itself; severally.

Multitude vs Several - What's the difference?

multitude | several |


As nouns the difference between multitude and several

is that multitude is a great amount or number, often of people; myriad; profusion; abundance while several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a determiner several is

separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several is

by itself; severally.

Several vs Each - What's the difference?

several | each |


As determiners the difference between several and each

is that several is separate, distinct; particular while each is all; every;.

As nouns the difference between several and each

is that several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land) while each is (operations|philosophy) an individual item: the least quantitative unit in a grouping.

As an adverb several

is by itself; severally.

Others vs Several - What's the difference?

others | several |


As nouns the difference between others and several

is that others is while several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a determiner several is

separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several is

by itself; severally.

Several vs Varied - What's the difference?

several | varied |


As a determiner several

is separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several

is by itself; severally.

As a noun several

is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a verb varied is

(vary).

As an adjective varied is

diverse or miscellaneous.

Repertoire vs Several - What's the difference?

repertoire | several |


As nouns the difference between repertoire and several

is that repertoire is while several is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a determiner several is

separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several is

by itself; severally.

Several vs Series - What's the difference?

several | series |


As a determiner several

is separate, distinct; particular.

As an adverb several

is by itself; severally.

As a noun several

is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

As a verb series is

.

Enough vs Several - What's the difference?

enough | several |


As determiners the difference between enough and several

is that enough is sufficient; all that is required, needed, or appropriate while several is separate, distinct; particular.

As adverbs the difference between enough and several

is that enough is sufficiently while several is by itself; severally.

As a pronoun enough

is a sufficient or adequate number, amount, etc.

As an interjection enough

is stop! don't do that anymore, etc.

As a noun several is

(obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

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