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Strain vs Strained - What's the difference?

strain | strained |


As verbs the difference between strain and strained

is that strain is (obsolete) to hold tightly, to clasp while strained is (strain).

As a noun strain

is (obsolete) treasure or strain can be the act of straining, or the state of being strained.

As an adjective strained is

forced through a strainer.

Strained vs Anxious - What's the difference?

strained | anxious |


As adjectives the difference between strained and anxious

is that strained is forced through a strainer while anxious is full of anxiety or disquietude; greatly concerned or solicitous, especially respecting something future or unknown; being in painful suspense;—applied to persons; as, anxious for the issue of a battle.

As a verb strained

is (strain).

Intense vs Strained - What's the difference?

intense | strained |


As adjectives the difference between intense and strained

is that intense is strained; tightly drawn while strained is forced through a strainer.

As a verb strained is

(strain).

Unlikely vs Strained - What's the difference?

unlikely | strained | Related terms |

Unlikely is a related term of strained.


As adjectives the difference between unlikely and strained

is that unlikely is not likely; improbable; not to be reasonably expected while strained is forced through a strainer.

As an adverb unlikely

is in an improbable manner.

As a noun unlikely

is something or somebody considered unlikely.

As a verb strained is

(strain).

Strained vs Forced - What's the difference?

strained | forced | Related terms |

Strained is a related term of forced.


As adjectives the difference between strained and forced

is that strained is forced through a strainer while forced is obtained forcefully, not naturally.

As verbs the difference between strained and forced

is that strained is (strain) while forced is (force).

Improbable vs Strained - What's the difference?

improbable | strained | Related terms |

Improbable is a related term of strained.


As adjectives the difference between improbable and strained

is that improbable is not likely to be true while strained is forced through a strainer.

As a verb strained is

(strain).

Stressed vs Strained - What's the difference?

stressed | strained |


As verbs the difference between stressed and strained

is that stressed is (stress) while strained is (strain).

As adjectives the difference between stressed and strained

is that stressed is suffering stress (either physical or mental) while strained is forced through a strainer.

Strained vs Exhausted - What's the difference?

strained | exhausted |


As adjectives the difference between strained and exhausted

is that strained is forced through a strainer while exhausted is depleted; in a state of exhaustion.

As verbs the difference between strained and exhausted

is that strained is (strain) while exhausted is (exhaust).

Gruff vs Strained - What's the difference?

gruff | strained |


As adjectives the difference between gruff and strained

is that gruff is having a rough, surly, and harsh demeanor and nature while strained is forced through a strainer.

As verbs the difference between gruff and strained

is that gruff is to speak gruffly while strained is (strain).

Scruff vs Strained - What's the difference?

scruff | strained |


As verbs the difference between scruff and strained

is that scruff is to lift or carry by the scruff while strained is (strain).

As a noun scruff

is someone with an untidy appearance or scruff can be the loose skin at the back of the neck of some animals.

As an adjective strained is

forced through a strainer.

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