singledom

Wikidiffcom vs Singledom - What's the difference?

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As a noun singledom is

the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached).

Taxonomy vs Singledom - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and singledom

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while singledom is the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached).

Coupledom vs Singledom - What's the difference?

coupledom | singledom | Antonyms |

Coupledom is an antonym of singledom.


As nouns the difference between coupledom and singledom

is that coupledom is the world or sphere of romantic couples while singledom is the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached).

Singleness vs Singledom - What's the difference?

singleness | singledom | Synonyms |

Singleness is a synonym of singledom.


As nouns the difference between singleness and singledom

is that singleness is (uncountable) the property of being single while singledom is the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached).

Singlehood vs Singledom - What's the difference?

singlehood | singledom | Synonyms |

Singlehood is a synonym of singledom.


As nouns the difference between singlehood and singledom

is that singlehood is the state of being single (unattached or unmarried) while singledom is the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached).

Singledom vs Single - What's the difference?

singledom | single | Derived terms |

Singledom is a derived term of single.


As nouns the difference between singledom and single

is that singledom is the state or sphere of those who are single (unmarried or unattached) while single is a 45 rpm vinyl record with one song on side a and one on side b.

As a adjective single is

not accompanied by anything else; one in number.

As a verb single is

to identify or select one member of a group from the others; generally used with out, either to single out' or to '''single''' (something) ' out .