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Suppose vs Purposed - What's the difference?

suppose | purposed |


As verbs the difference between suppose and purposed

is that suppose is while purposed is (purpose).

As an adjective purposed is

intentional, deliberate.

Intend vs Suppose - What's the difference?

intend | suppose |


As verbs the difference between intend and suppose

is that intend is to fix the mind upon (something to be accomplished); be intent upon; mean; design; plan; purpose while suppose is .

Pretend vs Suppose - What's the difference?

pretend | suppose |


As verbs the difference between pretend and suppose

is that pretend is while suppose is .

Shall vs Suppose - What's the difference?

shall | suppose |


As verbs the difference between shall and suppose

is that shall is (modal auxiliary verb|defective) while suppose is .

Suppose vs Notice - What's the difference?

suppose | notice |


As verbs the difference between suppose and notice

is that suppose is while notice is to observe or take notice of.

As a noun notice is

the act of observing; perception.

Suppose vs Offer - What's the difference?

suppose | offer |


As verbs the difference between suppose and offer

is that suppose is while offer is (lb) to present (something) to god as a gesture of worship, or for a sacrifice.

As a noun offer is

a proposal that has been made or offer can be (used in combinations from phrasal verbs) agent noun of off .

Suppose vs View - What's the difference?

suppose | view | Synonyms |

Suppose is a synonym of view.


As verbs the difference between suppose and view

is that suppose is while view is to look at.

As a noun view is

(label) visual perception.

Suppose vs Squawk - What's the difference?

suppose | squawk | Related terms |

Suppose is a related term of squawk.


As verbs the difference between suppose and squawk

is that suppose is while squawk is to make a squawking noise; to yell, scream, or call out shrilly.

As a noun squawk is

a shrill noise, especially made by a voice or bird; a yell, scream, or call.

Suppose vs Plan - What's the difference?

suppose | plan |


As a verb suppose

is .

As a noun plan is

a tablet (for writing and erasing).

Affirm vs Suppose - What's the difference?

affirm | suppose | Related terms |

Affirm is a related term of suppose.


As verbs the difference between affirm and suppose

is that affirm is to agree, verify or concur; to answer positively while suppose is .

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