want

Want vs Makeup - What's the difference?

want | makeup |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As a noun makeup is

(uncountable) an item's composition.

Wanton vs Want - What's the difference?

wanton | want |


As an adjective wanton

is (obsolete) undisciplined, unruly; not able to be controlled.

As a noun wanton

is a pampered or coddled person.

As a verb wanton

is to rove and ramble without restraint, rule, or limit; to revel; to play loosely; to frolic.

As a proper noun want is

a personification of want.

Want vs Necessary - What's the difference?

want | necessary |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As an adjective necessary is

needed, required.

As a noun necessary is

(archaic|british) bathroom, toilet, loo.

Desirous vs Want - What's the difference?

desirous | want |


As an adjective desirous

is feeling desire; eagerly wishing; solicitous; eager to obtain; covetous.

As a proper noun want is

a personification of want.

Either vs Want - What's the difference?

either | want |


As a determiner either

is each of two.

As a pronoun either

is (obsolete) both, each of two or more.

As an adverb either

is as well.

As a conjunction either

is introduces the first of two options, the second of which is introduced by "or".

As a proper noun want is

a personification of want.

Want vs Thirst - What's the difference?

want | thirst |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As a noun thirst is

a sensation of dryness in the throat associated with a craving for liquids, produced by deprivation of drink, or by some other cause (as fear, excitement, etc) which arrests the secretion of the pharyngeal mucous membrane; hence, the condition producing this sensation.

As a verb thirst is

to be thirsty.

Desires vs Want - What's the difference?

desires | want |


As a verb desires

is .

As a proper noun want is

a personification of want.

Want vs Aim - What's the difference?

want | aim |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As an initialism aim is

aol instant messenger.

Ought vs Want - What's the difference?

ought | want |


As a verb ought

is (obsolete) (owe) or ought can be (auxiliary) indicating duty or obligation.

As a pronoun ought

is anything .

As an adverb ought

is at all, to any degree.

As a noun ought

is a statement of what ought to be the case as contrasted with what is the case or ought can be cipher, zero, nought.

As a proper noun want is

a personification of want.

Want vs Null - What's the difference?

want | null |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

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