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Drafted vs Written - What's the difference?

drafted | written |


As verbs the difference between drafted and written

is that drafted is (draft) while written is .

As adjectives the difference between drafted and written

is that drafted is (nautical) of a certain depth required to float (said of a vessel); used comparatively with shallow, deep, etc while written is of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

Written vs Unwritten - What's the difference?

written | unwritten |


As adjectives the difference between written and unwritten

is that written is of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written) while unwritten is not written.

As verbs the difference between written and unwritten

is that written is while unwritten is .

Invented vs Written - What's the difference?

invented | written |


As adjectives the difference between invented and written

is that invented is fictional, made up, imaginary while written is of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

As verbs the difference between invented and written

is that invented is (invent) while written is .

Literally vs Written - What's the difference?

literally | written |


As an adverb literally

is (speech act) word for word; not figuratively; not as an idiom or metaphor.

As an adjective written is

of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

As a verb written is

.

Knowing vs Written - What's the difference?

knowing | written |


As adjectives the difference between knowing and written

is that knowing is possessing knowledge or understanding; intelligent while written is of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

As verbs the difference between knowing and written

is that knowing is while written is .

As a noun knowing

is the act or condition of having knowledge.

Inwriting vs Written - What's the difference?

inwriting | written |


As verbs the difference between inwriting and written

is that inwriting is while written is .

As an adjective written is

of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

Set vs Written - What's the difference?

set | written |


As a numeral set

is seven.

As an adjective written is

of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

As a verb written is

.

Represented vs Written - What's the difference?

represented | written |


As verbs the difference between represented and written

is that represented is (represent) while written is .

As an adjective written is

of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

Print vs Written - What's the difference?

print | written |


As adjectives the difference between print and written

is that print is of, relating to, or writing for printed publications while written is of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

As verbs the difference between print and written

is that print is to produce one or more copies of a text or image on a surface, especially by machine; often used with out'' or ''off : print out, print off while written is .

As a noun print

is (uncountable) books and other material created by printing presses, considered collectively or as a medium.

Consent vs Written - What's the difference?

consent | written |


As verbs the difference between consent and written

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while written is .

As a noun consent

is voluntary agreement or permission.

As an adjective written is

of, relating or characteristic of writing (ie, of that which has been written).

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