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Unseen vs Unseeable - What's the difference?

unseen | unseeable |


As adjectives the difference between unseen and unseeable

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while unseeable is invisible.

As a verb unseen

is .

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Unseen vs Recondite - What's the difference?

unseen | recondite | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of recondite.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and recondite

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while recondite is (of areas of study and literature) difficult, obscure; particularly:.

As verbs the difference between unseen and recondite

is that unseen is while recondite is to hide, cover up, conceal.

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Surreptitious vs Unseen - What's the difference?

surreptitious | unseen | Related terms |

Surreptitious is a related term of unseen.


As adjectives the difference between surreptitious and unseen

is that surreptitious is stealth]]y, furtive, [[hidden|well hidden, covert (especially movements) while unseen is not seen or discovered.

As a verb unseen is

.

As a noun unseen is

an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Unseen vs Latent - What's the difference?

unseen | latent | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of latent.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and latent

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while latent is existing or present but concealed or inactive.

As a verb unseen

is .

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Unseen vs See - What's the difference?

unseen | see |


As nouns the difference between unseen and see

is that unseen is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied while see is .

As an adjective unseen

is not seen or discovered.

As a verb unseen

is .

Unseen vs Unspecified - What's the difference?

unseen | unspecified |


As adjectives the difference between unseen and unspecified

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while unspecified is not specified; not thoroughly explained or detailed; not adequately commented.

As a verb unseen

is .

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Unseen vs Covert - What's the difference?

unseen | covert | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of covert.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and covert

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while covert is hidden, covered over; overgrown, sheltered.

As nouns the difference between unseen and covert

is that unseen is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied while covert is area of thick undergrowth where animals hide.

As a verb unseen

is .

Unseen vs Privy - What's the difference?

unseen | privy | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of privy.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and privy

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while privy is private, exclusive; not public; one's own.

As nouns the difference between unseen and privy

is that unseen is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied while privy is an outdoor toilet; latrine; earth closet; john; johnny house.

As a verb unseen

is .

Unseen vs Shady - What's the difference?

unseen | shady | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of shady.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and shady

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while shady is abounding in shades.

As a verb unseen

is .

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

Unseen vs Obscure - What's the difference?

unseen | obscure | Related terms |

Unseen is a related term of obscure.


As adjectives the difference between unseen and obscure

is that unseen is not seen or discovered while obscure is dark, faint or indistinct.

As verbs the difference between unseen and obscure

is that unseen is while obscure is (label) to render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious.

As a noun unseen

is an examination involving material not previously seen or studied.

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