whether

Whether vs Nether - What's the difference?

whether | nether |


As a pronoun whether

is (obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether

is (lb).

As an adjective nether is

lower; under.

As an adverb nether is

down; downward.

As a verb nether is

to bring or thrust down; bring or make low; lower; abase; humble.

As a noun nether is

oppression; stress; a withering or stunting influence.

Whether vs Hence - What's the difference?

whether | hence |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between whether and hence

is that whether is (obsolete) which of two while hence is (obsolete) to send away.

As a pronoun whether

is (obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether

is (lb).

As an adverb hence is

(archaic) from here, from this place, away.

As a verb hence is

(obsolete) to send away.

Whether vs Where - What's the difference?

whether | where |


As pronouns the difference between whether and where

is that whether is (obsolete) which of two while where is the place in which.

As conjunctions the difference between whether and where

is that whether is (lb) while where is while on the contrary; although; whereas.

As an adverb where is

at what place; to what place; what place.

As a noun where is

the place in which something happens.

Whether vs Atmosphere - What's the difference?

whether | atmosphere |


As a pronoun whether

is (obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether

is (lb).

As a noun atmosphere is

atmosphere.

Thus vs Whether - What's the difference?

thus | whether |


As an adverb thus

is (lb) in this way or manner.

As a noun thus

is .

As a pronoun whether is

(obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether is

(lb).

Wither vs Whether - What's the difference?

wither | whether |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wither and whether

is that wither is (obsolete) to go against, resist; oppose while whether is (obsolete) which of two.

As an adverb wither

is (obsolete|or|chiefly in compounds) against, in opposition to.

As a verb wither

is (obsolete) to go against, resist; oppose or wither can be to shrivel, droop or dry up, especially from lack of water.

As a pronoun whether is

(obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether is

(lb).

Whether vs Wheat - What's the difference?

whether | wheat |


As a pronoun whether

is (obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether

is (lb).

As a noun wheat is

(countable) any of several cereal grains, of the genus triticum , that yields flour as used in bakery.

As an adjective wheat is

wheaten, of a light brown colour, like that of wheat.

Whatever vs Whether - What's the difference?

whatever | whether |


As pronouns the difference between whatever and whether

is that whatever is anything; used to indicate that the speaker does not care about options while whether is (obsolete) which of two.

As an adjective whatever

is (lb) unexceptional or unimportant; blah.

As a determiner whatever

is no matter which; for any.

As an interjection whatever

is (colloquial|dismissive) a holophrastic expression used discourteously to indicate that the speaker does not consider the matter worthy of further discussion.

As a conjunction whether is

(lb).

While vs Whether - What's the difference?

while | whether |


As conjunctions the difference between while and whether

is that while is during the same time that while whether is (lb).

As a noun while

is an uncertain duration of time, a period of time.

As a verb while

is to pass (time) idly.

As a pronoun whether is

(obsolete) which of two.

Whoever vs Whether - What's the difference?

whoever | whether |


As pronouns the difference between whoever and whether

is that whoever is whatever person or persons or whoever can be while whether is (obsolete) which of two.

As an adverb whoever

is (an emphatic form of) who .

As a conjunction whether is

(lb).

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