Pertain vs Sadducean - What's the difference?

pertain | sadducean |


As a verb pertain

is to belong.

As an adjective sadducean is

of, like, or pertaining to the sadducees.

pertain

English

Verb

(en verb)
  • to belong
  • to relate, to refer, be relevant to
  • Usage notes

    * In all the above senses, pertain' is followed by '''to''' (or formerly by '''unto''', as in ''The King James Version of The Bible'' and in the plays of Shakespeare, although ' to is used in these works as well).

    Quotations

    (relate ): * 1989 , Sort out any booklets or manuals that pertain to the heating system or any other fixture that you are leaving behind. — One's company , Underwood, Lynn, Southampton: Ashford.

    Synonyms

    * appertain

    Antonyms

    * be irrelevant

    Anagrams

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    sadducean

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Of, like, or pertaining to the Sadducees.
  • Alternative forms

    * * Sadducaean * Sadducaic * Sadducaical * Sadduceean * Sadduceeic