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Obtrusive vs Why - What's the difference?

obtrusive | why |


As an adjective obtrusive

is sticking out; protruding.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As a noun why is

reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

Why vs You - What's the difference?

why | you |


As an adverb why

is for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As a noun why

is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why

is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

Why vs Condition - What's the difference?

why | condition |


As nouns the difference between why and condition

is that why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer while condition is a logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses the phrase can either be true or false.

As an adverb why

is for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As an interjection why

is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As a verb condition is

to subject to the process of acclimation.

Delinquent vs Why - What's the difference?

delinquent | why |


As a verb delinquent

is .

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As a noun why is

reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

Why vs Boast - What's the difference?

why | boast |


As nouns the difference between why and boast

is that why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer while boast is a brag, a loud positive appraisal of oneself.

As an adverb why

is for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As an interjection why

is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As a verb boast is

to brag; to talk loudly in praise of oneself or boast can be (masonry) to dress, as a stone, with a broad chisel.

Why vs Hi - What's the difference?

why | hi |


As an adverb why

is for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As a noun why

is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why

is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As a verb hi is

to call.

Function vs Why - What's the difference?

function | why |


As nouns the difference between function and why

is that function is what something does or is used for while why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As a verb function

is to have a function.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

Concept vs Why - What's the difference?

concept | why |


As nouns the difference between concept and why

is that concept is an understanding retained in the mind, from experience, reasoning and/or imagination; a generalization (generic, basic form), or abstraction (mental impression), of a particular set of instances or occurrences (specific, though different, recorded manifestations of the concept) while why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

Hey vs Why - What's the difference?

hey | why |


As interjections the difference between hey and why

is that hey is an exclamation to get attention while why is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As nouns the difference between hey and why

is that hey is (country dancing) a choreographic figure in which the dancers weave between one another while why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

Therefore vs Why - What's the difference?

therefore | why |


As adverbs the difference between therefore and why

is that therefore is (conjunctive) for that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated while why is for what cause, reason, or purpose.

As a noun why is

reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why is

an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

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