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Sight vs Sweat - What's the difference?

sight | sweat |


In lang=en terms the difference between sight and sweat

is that sight is to take aim at while sweat is to emit moisture.

As nouns the difference between sight and sweat

is that sight is (in the singular) the ability to see while sweat is fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation.

As verbs the difference between sight and sweat

is that sight is to register visually while sweat is to emit sweat.

Tender vs Sight - What's the difference?

tender | sight |


As nouns the difference between tender and sight

is that tender is (label) (l) (fuel-carrying railroad car) while sight is (in the singular) the ability to see.

As a verb sight is

to register visually.

Condition vs Sight - What's the difference?

condition | sight |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between condition and sight

is that condition is (obsolete) the situation of a person or persons, particularly their social and/or economic class, rank while sight is (obsolete) the instrument of seeing; the eye.

In lang=en terms the difference between condition and sight

is that condition is to test or assay, as silk (to ascertain the proportion of moisture it contains) while sight is to take aim at.

As nouns the difference between condition and sight

is that condition is a logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses the phrase can either be true or false while sight is (in the singular) the ability to see.

As verbs the difference between condition and sight

is that condition is to subject to the process of acclimation while sight is to register visually.

Sight vs Doll - What's the difference?

sight | doll |


As a noun sight

is (in the singular) the ability to see.

As a verb sight

is to register visually.

As a proper noun doll is

a diminutive of the female given name dorothy.

Sighted vs Sight - What's the difference?

sighted | sight |


As verbs the difference between sighted and sight

is that sighted is (sight) while sight is to register visually.

As an adjective sighted

is not blind.

As a noun sight is

(in the singular) the ability to see.

Sight vs Intuition - What's the difference?

sight | intuition |


As nouns the difference between sight and intuition

is that sight is (in the singular) the ability to see while intuition is (pedantic).

As a verb sight

is to register visually.

Sightsee vs Sight - What's the difference?

sightsee | sight |


As verbs the difference between sightsee and sight

is that sightsee is to go sightseeing, to visit places of interest in a city, town or geographical area while sight is to register visually.

As a noun sight is

(in the singular) the ability to see.

Opinion vs Sight - What's the difference?

opinion | sight |


As nouns the difference between opinion and sight

is that opinion is opinion while sight is (in the singular) the ability to see.

As a verb sight is

to register visually.

Sight vs Insult - What's the difference?

sight | insult |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sight and insult

is that sight is (obsolete) the instrument of seeing; the eye while insult is (obsolete) the act of leaping on; onset; attack.

In lang=en terms the difference between sight and insult

is that sight is to take aim at while insult is to offend (someone) by being rude, insensitive or insolent; to demean or affront (someone).

As nouns the difference between sight and insult

is that sight is (in the singular) the ability to see while insult is an action or form of speech deliberately intended to be rude.

As verbs the difference between sight and insult

is that sight is to register visually while insult is (obsolete|intransitive) to behave in an obnoxious and superior manner (over, against).

Insights vs Sight - What's the difference?

insights | sight |


As nouns the difference between insights and sight

is that insights is while sight is (in the singular) the ability to see.

As a verb sight is

to register visually.

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