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Still vs Hitherto - What's the difference?

still | hitherto |


As a noun still

is .

As an adverb hitherto is

(formal|or|legal) up to this or that time .

Untill vs Still - What's the difference?

untill | still |


As a preposition untill

is .

As a noun still is

.

Still vs Undefined - What's the difference?

still | undefined |


As a noun still

is .

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Still vs Shot - What's the difference?

still | shot |


As nouns the difference between still and shot

is that still is while shot is the result of launching a projectile or bullet or shot can be a charge to be paid, a scot or shout.

As an adjective shot is

(colloquial) worn out or broken.

As a verb shot is

(shoot) or shot can be to load (a gun) with shot.

As an interjection shot is

(colloquial|south africa) thank you.

Set vs Still - What's the difference?

set | still |


As a numeral set

is seven.

As a noun still is

.

Still vs Level-headed - What's the difference?

still | level-headed | Related terms |

Still is a related term of level-headed.


As a noun still

is .

As an adjective level-headed is

(idiomatic) sensible; rational; possessing sound judgment.

Still vs Quit - What's the difference?

still | quit |


As a noun still

is .

As a verb quit is

.

Illicit vs Still - What's the difference?

illicit | still |


As an adjective illicit

is (legal) not approved by law, but not invalid.

As a noun still is

.

Immobile vs Still - What's the difference?

immobile | still |


As an adjective immobile

is not mobile, not movable.

As a noun still is

.

Still vs Detached - What's the difference?

still | detached | Related terms |

Still is a related term of detached.


As a noun still

is .

As an adjective detached is

of a house: not joined to another house on either side.

As a verb detached is

(detach).

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