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Ex vs Why - What's the difference?

ex | why |


As nouns the difference between ex and why

is that ex is ex-girlfriend or ex can be ex-boyfriend 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".

Funnelled vs Why - What's the difference?

funnelled | why |


As a verb funnelled

is (funnel).

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 Khu - What's the difference?

why | khu |


As nouns the difference between why and khu

is that why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer while khu is in ancient egyptian mythology, a part of the soul or spirit which left the body after death.

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".

Cmo vs Why - What's the difference?

cmo | why |


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 Heal - What's the difference?

why | heal |


As nouns the difference between why and heal

is that why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer while heal is (obsolete) health.

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 heal is

to hide; conceal; keep secret or heal can be to make better from a disease, wound, etc; to revive or cure.

Why vs So - What's the difference?

why | so |


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 pronoun so is

this;.

Yes vs Why - What's the difference?

yes | why |


As interjections the difference between yes and why

is that yes is used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement while why is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As nouns the difference between yes and why

is that yes is an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance while why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As a verb yes

is (colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

As an adverb why is

for what cause, reason, or purpose.

Nighttime vs Why - What's the difference?

nighttime | why |


As nouns the difference between nighttime and why

is that nighttime is the hours of darkness between sunset and sunrise; the night while why is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an adjective nighttime

is pertaining to nighttime; appropriate to the night.

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".

Timid vs Why - What's the difference?

timid | why |


As an adjective timid

is timid; shy.

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".

Try vs Why - What's the difference?

try | why |


As an initialism try

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".

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