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tempted

Tempted vs Lovely - What's the difference?

tempted | lovely |


As a verb tempted

is (tempt).

As an adjective lovely is

beautiful; charming; very pleasing in form, looks, tone, or manner or lovely can be worthy to be praised.

As a noun lovely is

an attractive, lovely person, especially a (professional) beauty.

Mild vs Tempted - What's the difference?

mild | tempted |


As an adjective mild

is gentle and not easily provoked.

As a noun mild

is (british) a relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale.

As a verb tempted is

(tempt).

Teased vs Tempted - What's the difference?

teased | tempted |


As verbs the difference between teased and tempted

is that teased is (tease) while tempted is (tempt).

Tempted vs Proved - What's the difference?

tempted | proved |


As verbs the difference between tempted and proved

is that tempted is (tempt) while proved is (prove).

Tempted vs Temperature - What's the difference?

tempted | temperature |


As a verb tempted

is (tempt).

As a noun temperature is

temperature.

Deceive vs Tempted - What's the difference?

deceive | tempted |


As verbs the difference between deceive and tempted

is that deceive is to trick or mislead while tempted is (tempt).

Tempted - What does it mean?

tempted | |

Tempted vs Attempted - What's the difference?

tempted | attempted |


As verbs the difference between tempted and attempted

is that tempted is (tempt) while attempted is (attempt).

As an adjective attempted is

tried, with the connotation of failure.

Persuaded vs Tempted - What's the difference?

persuaded | tempted |


As verbs the difference between persuaded and tempted

is that persuaded is (persuade) while tempted is (tempt).

Captivate vs Tempted - What's the difference?

captivate | tempted |


As verbs the difference between captivate and tempted

is that captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm while tempted is past tense of tempt.

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