wanting

Wishing vs Wanting - What's the difference?

wishing | wanting |


As verbs the difference between wishing and wanting

is that wishing is while wanting is .

As nouns the difference between wishing and wanting

is that wishing is the act of making a wish while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As an adjective wanting is

absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

Wanting vs Trying - What's the difference?

wanting | trying |


As adjectives the difference between wanting and trying

is that wanting is absent or lacking while trying is difficult to endure; arduous.

As verbs the difference between wanting and trying

is that wanting is while trying is .

As nouns the difference between wanting and trying

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while trying is (philosophy) the act by which one tries something; an attempt.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

Clumsy vs Wanting - What's the difference?

clumsy | wanting | Related terms |

Clumsy is a related term of wanting.


As adjectives the difference between clumsy and wanting

is that clumsy is awkward, lacking coordination, not graceful, not dextrous while wanting is absent or lacking.

As nouns the difference between clumsy and wanting

is that clumsy is a person while wanting is the state of wanting something; desire.

As a preposition wanting is

without.

As a verb wanting is

.

Wanting vs Pretending - What's the difference?

wanting | pretending |


As verbs the difference between wanting and pretending

is that wanting is while pretending is .

As nouns the difference between wanting and pretending

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while pretending is the act of imagining; make-believe.

As an adjective wanting

is absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

Wanting vs Absent - What's the difference?

wanting | absent |


As adjectives the difference between wanting and absent

is that wanting is absent or lacking while absent is (not comparable) being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present; missing .

As prepositions the difference between wanting and absent

is that wanting is without while absent is (legal) in the absence of; without .

As verbs the difference between wanting and absent

is that wanting is while absent is (transitive|now|reflexive) keep away; stay away; go away .

As nouns the difference between wanting and absent

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while absent is (obsolete) absentee; a person who is away on occasion .

Wanting vs Unoccupied - What's the difference?

wanting | unoccupied | Related terms |

Wanting is a related term of unoccupied.


As adjectives the difference between wanting and unoccupied

is that wanting is absent or lacking while unoccupied is (of a house etc) not inhabited, especially by a tenant.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

As a verb wanting

is .

As a noun wanting

is the state of wanting something; desire.

Wanting vs Having - What's the difference?

wanting | having |


As verbs the difference between wanting and having

is that wanting is while having is .

As nouns the difference between wanting and having

is that wanting is the state of wanting something; desire while having is something owned; possession; goods; estate.

As an adjective wanting

is absent or lacking.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

Wanting vs Unsupplied - What's the difference?

wanting | unsupplied | Related terms |

Wanting is a related term of unsupplied.


As adjectives the difference between wanting and unsupplied

is that wanting is absent or lacking while unsupplied is not supplied.

As a preposition wanting

is without.

As a verb wanting

is .

As a noun wanting

is the state of wanting something; desire.

Scrimpy vs Wanting - What's the difference?

scrimpy | wanting | Related terms |

Scrimpy is a related term of wanting.


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.

Little vs Wanting - What's the difference?

little | wanting | Related terms |

Little is a related term of wanting.


As a proper noun little

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.

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