worded

Worded vs Wordy - What's the difference?

worded | wordy |


As a verb worded

is (word).

As an adjective wordy is

using an excessive number of words.

Worded vs Work - What's the difference?

worded | work |


As verbs the difference between worded and work

is that worded is (word) while work is to do a specific task by employing physical or mental powers.

As a noun work is

employment .

Terms vs Worded - What's the difference?

terms | worded |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb worded is

(word).

Worded vs Worder - What's the difference?

worded | worder |


As a verb worded

is (word).

As a noun worder is

(obsolete) a speaker.

Worded vs Sworded - What's the difference?

worded | sworded |


As a verb worded

is (word).

As an adjective sworded is

wearing a sword.

Worded vs Worsed - What's the difference?

worded | worsed |


As verbs the difference between worded and worsed

is that worded is (word) while worsed is (worse).

Worked vs Worded - What's the difference?

worked | worded |


As verbs the difference between worked and worded

is that worked is (work) while worded is (word).

As an adjective worked

is designed or executed in a particular manner or to a particular degree.

Worde vs Worded - What's the difference?

worde | worded |


As a noun worde

is .

As a verb worded is

(word).

Worded vs Forded - What's the difference?

worded | forded |


As verbs the difference between worded and forded

is that worded is (word) while forded is (ford).

Worded vs Corded - What's the difference?

worded | corded |


As verbs the difference between worded and corded

is that worded is (word) while corded is (cord).

As an adjective corded is

fitted with a cord.

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