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Vaunt vs Vant - What's the difference?

vaunt | vant |


As verbs the difference between vaunt and vant

is that vaunt is to speak boastfully while vant is .

As a noun vaunt

is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As an adjective vant is

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Daunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

daunt | vaunt |


As verbs the difference between daunt and vaunt

is that daunt is to discourage, intimidate while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

As a noun vaunt is

a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

Vaunt vs Taunt - What's the difference?

vaunt | taunt |


As verbs the difference between vaunt and taunt

is that vaunt is to speak boastfully while taunt is to make fun of (someone); to (a person) into responding, often in an aggressive manner.

As nouns the difference between vaunt and taunt

is that vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part while taunt is a scornful or mocking remark; a jeer or mockery.

As an adjective taunt is

(nautical) very high or tall.

Naunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

naunt | vaunt |


As nouns the difference between naunt and vaunt

is that naunt is (nonstandard|proscribed|dated) aunt, mine aunt while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As a verb vaunt is

to speak boastfully.

Haunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

haunt | vaunt |


In lang=en terms the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is to persist in staying or visiting while vaunt is to boast of; to make a vain display of; to display with ostentation.

As verbs the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts) while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

As nouns the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

Gaunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | vaunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a verb vaunt is

to speak boastfully.

As a noun vaunt is

a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

Jaunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

jaunt | vaunt |


In lang=en terms the difference between jaunt and vaunt

is that jaunt is to ride on a jaunting car while vaunt is to boast of; to make a vain display of; to display with ostentation.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between jaunt and vaunt

is that jaunt is (obsolete) to jolt; to jounce while vaunt is (obsolete) the first part.

As nouns the difference between jaunt and vaunt

is that jaunt is (archaic) a wearisome journey while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As verbs the difference between jaunt and vaunt

is that jaunt is to ramble here and there; to stroll; to make an excursion while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

Aunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

aunt | vaunt |


As nouns the difference between aunt and vaunt

is that aunt is a sister or sister-in-law of someone’s parent while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As a verb vaunt is

to speak boastfully.

Pride vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

pride | vaunt |


As nouns the difference between pride and vaunt

is that pride is the quality or state of being proud; inordinate self-esteem; an unreasonable conceit of one's own superiority in talents, beauty, wealth, rank etc, which manifests itself in lofty airs, distance, reserve and often contempt of others while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As verbs the difference between pride and vaunt

is that pride is (reflexive) to take or experience pride in something, be proud of it while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

Vaunt vs Vauntful - What's the difference?

vaunt | vauntful |


As a verb vaunt

is to speak boastfully.

As a noun vaunt

is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

As an adjective vauntful is

(archaic) given to vaunting or boasting; vainly ostentatious.

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