whitening

Glowing vs Whitening - What's the difference?

glowing | whitening |


As nouns the difference between glowing and whitening

is that glowing is the action of the verb glow while whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter.

As a verb glowing

is .

As an adjective glowing

is that glows or glow.

Whitening - What does it mean?

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Whitening vs Lightening - What's the difference?

whitening | lightening |


As nouns the difference between whitening and lightening

is that whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter while lightening is (medicine) the sensation caused by the descent of the uterus into the pelvic cavity before the onset of labour.

As a verb lightening is

.

Whitening vs Brightening - What's the difference?

whitening | brightening |


As nouns the difference between whitening and brightening

is that whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter while brightening is an instance of becoming brighter.

As a verb brightening is

.

Whitewing vs Whitening - What's the difference?

whitewing | whitening |


As nouns the difference between whitewing and whitening

is that whitewing is the chaffinch while whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter.

Whitening vs Dealbation - What's the difference?

whitening | dealbation |


As nouns the difference between whitening and dealbation

is that whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter while dealbation is (chemistry|archaic) the process or act of becoming or being made white, most commonly by bleaching; whitening.

Whitening vs Bleaching - What's the difference?

whitening | bleaching |


As nouns the difference between whitening and bleaching

is that whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter while bleaching is the process of removing stains or of whitening fabrics, especially by the use of chemical agents.

As a verb bleaching is

.

Whiter vs Whitening - What's the difference?

whiter | whitening |


As a adjective whiter

is (white).

As a noun whitening is

a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter.

Process vs Whitening - What's the difference?

process | whitening |


As nouns the difference between process and whitening

is that process is a series of events to produce a result, especially as contrasted to product while whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter.

As a verb process

is to perform a particular process or process can be (mostly british) to walk in a procession.

White vs Whitening - What's the difference?

white | whitening |


As nouns the difference between white and whitening

is that white is the color/colour of snow or milk; the colour of light containing equal amounts of all visible wavelengths while whitening is a substance, such as a bleach, used to make something white or whiter.

As a adjective white

is bright and colourless; reflecting equal quantities of all frequencies of visible light.

As a verb white

is to make white; to whiten; to bleach.

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