sins

Sins vs Cursed - What's the difference?

sins | cursed |


As a noun sins

is .

As a verb sins

is (sin).

As an adjective cursed is

.

Sins vs Guilt - What's the difference?

sins | guilt |


As nouns the difference between sins and guilt

is that sins is while guilt is responsibility for wrongdoing.

As verbs the difference between sins and guilt

is that sins is (sin) while guilt is (obsolete) to commit offenses; act criminally.

Sins vs Crimes - What's the difference?

sins | crimes |


As nouns the difference between sins and crimes

is that sins is while crimes is .

As a verb sins

is (sin).

Flaws vs Sins - What's the difference?

flaws | sins |


As nouns the difference between flaws and sins

is that flaws is while sins is .

As a verb sins is

(sin).

Sins vs Iniquities - What's the difference?

sins | iniquities |


As nouns the difference between sins and iniquities

is that sins is while iniquities is .

As a verb sins

is (sin).

Since vs Sins - What's the difference?

since | sins |


As an adverb since

is from a specified time in the past.

As a preposition since

is from (time).

As a conjunction since

is from the time that.

As a noun sins is

.

As a verb sins is

(sin).

Sins vs Offense - What's the difference?

sins | offense |


As verbs the difference between sins and offense

is that sins is (sin) while offense is .

As a noun sins

is .

Sins vs Iniquity - What's the difference?

sins | iniquity |


As nouns the difference between sins and iniquity

is that sins is while iniquity is deviation from what is right; wickedness, gross injustice.

As a verb sins

is (sin).

Sins vs Crimal - What's the difference?

sins | crimal |

Sins vs Trespass - What's the difference?

sins | trespass |


As nouns the difference between sins and trespass

is that sins is while trespass is sin.

As verbs the difference between sins and trespass

is that sins is (sin) while trespass is to commit an offence; to sin.

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