sin

Unclean vs Sin - What's the difference?

unclean | sin |


As an adjective unclean

is dirty, soiled or foul.

As a proper noun sin is

china.

Sin vs Blameless - What's the difference?

sin | blameless |


As a proper noun sin

is china.

As an adjective blameless is

free from blame; without fault; innocent; guiltless.

Disobedience vs Sin - What's the difference?

disobedience | sin |


As a noun disobedience

is refusal to obey.

As a proper noun sin is

china.

Sin vs Offensive - What's the difference?

sin | offensive |


As a proper noun sin

is china.

As a noun offensive is

offensive (posture of attacking or being able to attack).

Sin vs Deed - What's the difference?

sin | deed |


As a proper noun sin

is china.

As a noun deed is

an action or act; something that is done.

As a verb deed is

(informal) to transfer real property by deed.

Sin vs Sheen - What's the difference?

sin | sheen |


As proper nouns the difference between sin and sheen

is that sin is china while sheen is .

Flaw vs Sin - What's the difference?

flaw | sin |


As a noun flaw

is (obsolete) a flake, fragment, or shiver or flaw can be a sudden burst or gust of wind of short duration.

As a verb flaw

is to add a flaw to, to make imperfect or defective.

As a proper noun sin is

china.

Sin vs Sinus - What's the difference?

sin | sinus |


As a proper noun sin

is china.

As a noun sinus is

sine (abbreviated form: sin ).

Sane vs Sin - What's the difference?

sane | sin |


As a verb sane

is .

As a proper noun sin is

china.

Blame vs Sin - What's the difference?

blame | sin |


As a verb blame

is .

As a proper noun sin is

china.

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