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Enable vs Soften - What's the difference?

enable | soften | Related terms |

Enable is a related term of soften.


As verbs the difference between enable and soften

is that enable is to give strength or ability to; to make firm and strong while soften is to make something soft or softer.

Affect vs Soften - What's the difference?

affect | soften | Synonyms |

Affect is a synonym of soften.


In lang=en terms the difference between affect and soften

is that affect is to make a show of; to put on a pretence of; to feign; to assume to make a false display of while soften is to become soft or softer.

As verbs the difference between affect and soften

is that affect is to influence or alter or affect can be (obsolete|transitive) to aim for, to try to obtain while soften is to make something soft or softer.

As a noun affect

is (obsolete) one's mood or inclination; mental state.

Soften vs Low - What's the difference?

soften | low |


In lang=en terms the difference between soften and low

is that soften is to become soft or softer while low is to moo.

As verbs the difference between soften and low

is that soften is to make something soft or softer while low is (obsolete|transitive) to depress; to lower or low can be or low can be to moo or low can be (uk|scotland|dialect) to burn; to blaze.

As an adjective low is

in a position comparatively close to the ground.

As a noun low is

something that is low; a low point or low can be (countable|uk|scotland|dialect) a flame; fire; blaze or low can be , mound, tumulus.

As an adverb low is

close to the ground.

Sweeten vs Soften - What's the difference?

sweeten | soften |


In lang=en terms the difference between sweeten and soften

is that sweeten is to become sweet while soften is to become soft or softer.

As verbs the difference between sweeten and soften

is that sweeten is to make sweet to the taste while soften is to make something soft or softer.

Liquefy vs Soften - What's the difference?

liquefy | soften | Related terms |

Liquefy is a related term of soften.


As verbs the difference between liquefy and soften

is that liquefy is (physics|chemistry) to make into a liquid, either by condensing a gas or by melting a solid while soften is to make something soft or softer.

Soften vs Assume - What's the difference?

soften | assume | Related terms |

Soften is a related term of assume.


As verbs the difference between soften and assume

is that soften is to make something soft or softer while assume is .

Soften vs Calm - What's the difference?

soften | calm | Related terms |

Soften is a related term of calm.


In lang=en terms the difference between soften and calm

is that soften is to become soft or softer while calm is to become calm.

As verbs the difference between soften and calm

is that soften is to make something soft or softer while calm is to make calm.

As an adjective calm is

(of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.

As a noun calm is

(in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

Influence vs Soften - What's the difference?

influence | soften | Related terms |

Influence is a related term of soften.


As verbs the difference between influence and soften

is that influence is while soften is to make something soft or softer.

As an adjective influence

is influenced.

Soften vs Pacify - What's the difference?

soften | pacify | Related terms |

Soften is a related term of pacify.


In lang=en terms the difference between soften and pacify

is that soften is to become soft or softer while pacify is to appease (someone).

As verbs the difference between soften and pacify

is that soften is to make something soft or softer while pacify is to bring peace to (a place or situation), by ending war, fighting, violence, anger or agitation.

Soften vs Overcome - What's the difference?

soften | overcome | Related terms |

Soften is a related term of overcome.


As verbs the difference between soften and overcome

is that soften is to make something soft or softer while overcome is to surmount (a physical or abstract obstacle); to prevail over, to get the better of.

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