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Sus vs Suspicion - What's the difference?

sus | suspicion |


As nouns the difference between sus and suspicion

is that sus is stainless steel while suspicion is the act of suspecting something or someone, especially of something wrong.

As a verb suspicion is

(nonstandard|dialect) to suspect; to have suspicions.

Sus vs Hehe - What's the difference?

sus | hehe |


As a noun sus

is stainless steel.

As a proper noun hehe is

a bantu people of tanzania.

Sus vs Bee - What's the difference?

sus | bee |


As nouns the difference between sus and bee

is that sus is stainless steel while bee is .

Sus vs Superstitious - What's the difference?

sus | superstitious |


As a noun sus

is stainless steel.

As an adjective superstitious is

susceptible to superstitions.

Balls vs Sus - What's the difference?

balls | sus |


As nouns the difference between balls and sus

is that balls is while sus is stainless steel.

Alfred vs Sus - What's the difference?

alfred | sus |


As a proper noun alfred

is alfred the great, early king of england.

As a noun sus is

stainless steel.

You vs Sus - What's the difference?

you | sus |


As a noun sus is

stainless steel.

Suspect vs Sus - What's the difference?

suspect | sus |


As nouns the difference between suspect and sus

is that suspect is a person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime while sus is stainless steel.

As a verb suspect

is to imagine or suppose (something) to be true, or to exist, without proof.

As an adjective suspect

is viewed with suspicion; suspected.

Sus vs Easy - What's the difference?

sus | easy |


As nouns the difference between sus and easy

is that sus is stainless steel while easy is something that is easy.

As an adjective easy is

comfortable; at ease.

As an adverb easy is

in a relaxed or casual manner.

As a verb easy is

to easy-oar (stop rowing).

Questionable vs Sus - What's the difference?

questionable | sus |


As an adjective questionable

is (obsolete) inviting questions; inviting inquiry.

As a noun sus is

stainless steel.

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