veteran

Veteran vs Pro - What's the difference?

veteran | pro |


As a noun veteran

is veteran.

As a contraction pro is

(label) to the; for the.

Famous vs Veteran - What's the difference?

famous | veteran |


As an adjective famous

is well known.

As a noun veteran is

veteran.

Vernacular vs Veteran - What's the difference?

vernacular | veteran |


As nouns the difference between vernacular and veteran

is that vernacular is the language of a people or a national language while veteran is veteran.

As an adjective vernacular

is of or pertaining to everyday language.

Vaunt vs Veteran - What's the difference?

vaunt | veteran |


As nouns the difference between vaunt and veteran

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

As a verb vaunt

is to speak boastfully.

Novice vs Veteran - What's the difference?

novice | veteran |


As nouns the difference between novice and veteran

is that novice is a beginner; one who is not very familiar or experienced in a particular subject while veteran is veteran.

Veteran vs Retired - What's the difference?

veteran | retired |


As a noun veteran

is veteran.

As an adjective retired is

secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As a verb retired is

(retire).

Legend vs Veteran - What's the difference?

legend | veteran |


As nouns the difference between legend and veteran

is that legend is a story of unknown origin describing plausible but extraordinary past events while veteran is veteran.

As a verb legend

is (archaic|transitive) to tell or narrate; to recount.

Comrade vs Veteran - What's the difference?

comrade | veteran |


As nouns the difference between comrade and veteran

is that comrade is a mate, companion, or associate while veteran is veteran.

As a verb comrade

is to associate with in a friendly way.

Veteran vs Stale - What's the difference?

veteran | stale | Related terms |

Veteran is a related term of stale.


As a noun veteran

is veteran.

As an adverb stale is

always, all the time.

Practiced vs Veteran - What's the difference?

practiced | veteran |


As an adjective practiced

is skillful, proficient, knowledgeable or expert as a result of practice.

As a verb practiced

is (practice).

As a noun veteran is

veteran.

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