thrift

Thrift vs Profit - What's the difference?

thrift | profit | Synonyms |

Thrift is a synonym of profit.


As nouns the difference between thrift and profit

is that thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money) while profit is profit.

Thrift vs Saving - What's the difference?

thrift | saving |


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between thrift and saving

is that thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money) while saving is (uncountable) the action of the verb to save.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between thrift and saving

is that thrift is (obsolete) vigorous growth, as of a plant while saving is (obsolete) exception; reservation.

As nouns the difference between thrift and saving

is that thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money) while saving is a reduction in cost or expenditure.

As a verb saving is

.

As an adjective saving is

(theology) that saves someone from damnation; redemptive.

As a preposition saving is

with the exception of; except; save.

Thrift vs Secondhand - What's the difference?

thrift | secondhand |


As a noun thrift

is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

As an adjective secondhand is

(of goods) not new; previously owned and used by another.

As an adverb secondhand is

indirectly.

Vintage vs Thrift - What's the difference?

vintage | thrift |


As nouns the difference between vintage and thrift

is that vintage is the yield of grapes or wine from a vineyard or district during one season while thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

As an adjective vintage

is (attributively) of or relating to a vintage, or to wine identified by a specific vintage.

As a verb vintage

is to harvest (grapes).

Thrift vs Consignment - What's the difference?

thrift | consignment |


As nouns the difference between thrift and consignment

is that thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money) while consignment is a collection of goods to be sent, in transit or having been sent.

Save vs Thrift - What's the difference?

save | thrift |


As a verb save

is to know.

As a noun thrift is

(uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

Sparing vs Thrift - What's the difference?

sparing | thrift |


As an adjective sparing

is prudent and restrained in the use of resources; careful, economical or frugal.

As a verb sparing

is .

As a noun thrift is

(uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

Plain vs Thrift - What's the difference?

plain | thrift |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between plain and thrift

is that plain is (obsolete) a while thrift is (obsolete) vigorous growth, as of a plant.

As nouns the difference between plain and thrift

is that plain is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief while thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

As an adjective plain

is .

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

As a verb plain

is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface.

Thrift vs Stingy - What's the difference?

thrift | stingy |


As a noun thrift

is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money).

As an adjective stingy is

stinging; able to sting or stingy can be extremely close and covetous; meanly avaricious; niggardly; miserly; penurious; as, a stingy churl.

Thrift vs Thriftiness - What's the difference?

thrift | thriftiness |


As nouns the difference between thrift and thriftiness

is that thrift is (uncountable) the characteristic of using a minimum of something (especially money) while thriftiness is the property of being thrifty.

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