wanting

Devoid vs Wanting - What's the difference?

devoid | wanting | Related terms |

Devoid is a related term of wanting.


As adjectives the difference between devoid and wanting

is that devoid is empty; having none of; completely without while wanting is absent or lacking.

As verbs the difference between devoid and wanting

is that devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove while wanting is .

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a noun wanting is

the state of wanting something; desire.

Scant vs Wanting - What's the difference?

scant | wanting | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of wanting.


As adjectives the difference between scant and wanting

is that scant is very little, very few while wanting is absent or lacking.

As verbs the difference between scant and wanting

is that scant is to limit in amount or share; to stint while wanting is .

As nouns the difference between scant and wanting

is that scant is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

Slim vs Wanting - What's the difference?

slim | wanting | Related terms |

Slim is a related term of wanting.


As nouns the difference between slim and wanting

is that slim is slime, mucus while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As an adjective wanting is

absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a verb wanting is

.

Wanting vs Unfurnished - What's the difference?

wanting | unfurnished | Related terms |

Wanting is a related term of unfurnished.


As adjectives the difference between wanting and unfurnished

is that wanting is absent or lacking while unfurnished is not furnished; having no furnishing.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

As a verb wanting

is .

As a noun wanting

is the state of wanting something; desire.

Loving vs Wanting - What's the difference?

loving | wanting |


As a proper noun loving

is .

As an adjective wanting is

absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a verb wanting is

.

As a noun wanting is

the state of wanting something; desire.

Opinion vs Wanting - What's the difference?

opinion | wanting |


As nouns the difference between opinion and wanting

is that opinion is opinion while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As an adjective wanting is

absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a verb wanting is

.

Wanting vs Lust - What's the difference?

wanting | lust |


As nouns the difference between wanting and lust

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while lust is pleasure, joy.

As an adjective wanting

is absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

As a verb wanting

is .

Intention vs Wanting - What's the difference?

intention | wanting |


As nouns the difference between intention and wanting

is that intention is a course of action that a person intends to follow while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As an adjective wanting is

absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a verb wanting is

.

Wanting vs Content - What's the difference?

wanting | content |


As adjectives the difference between wanting and content

is that wanting is absent or lacking while content is satisfied; in a state of satisfaction.

As verbs the difference between wanting and content

is that wanting is while content is to give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease.

As nouns the difference between wanting and content

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while content is (uncountable) that which is contained or content can be satisfaction; contentment.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

Wanting vs Attention - What's the difference?

wanting | attention |


As nouns the difference between wanting and attention

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while attention is (label) mental focus.

As an adjective wanting

is absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

As a verb wanting

is .

As an interjection attention is

.

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