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Motivated vs Asserted - What's the difference?

motivated | asserted |


As verbs the difference between motivated and asserted

is that motivated is (motivate) while asserted is (assert).

As adjectives the difference between motivated and asserted

is that motivated is enthusiastic, especially about striving toward a goal while asserted is stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Excepted vs Asserted - What's the difference?

excepted | asserted |


As verbs the difference between excepted and asserted

is that excepted is (except) while asserted is (assert).

As an adjective asserted is

stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Assert vs Asserted - What's the difference?

assert | asserted |


As verbs the difference between assert and asserted

is that assert is to declare with assurance or plainly and strongly; to state positively while asserted is (assert).

As a noun assert

is (computer science) an assert statement; a section of source code which tests whether an expected condition is true.

As an adjective asserted is

stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Assumed vs Asserted - What's the difference?

assumed | asserted |


As verbs the difference between assumed and asserted

is that assumed is past tense of assume while asserted is past tense of assert.

As adjectives the difference between assumed and asserted

is that assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious while asserted is stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Averred vs Asserted - What's the difference?

averred | asserted |


As verbs the difference between averred and asserted

is that averred is (aver) while asserted is (assert).

As an adjective asserted is

stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Vowed vs Asserted - What's the difference?

vowed | asserted |


As adjectives the difference between vowed and asserted

is that vowed is undertaken in accordance with a vow; solemnly promised while asserted is stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

As verbs the difference between vowed and asserted

is that vowed is past participle of lang=en while asserted is past tense of assert.

Insist vs Asserted - What's the difference?

insist | asserted |


As verbs the difference between insist and asserted

is that insist is to hold up a claim emphatically while asserted is (assert).

As an adjective asserted is

stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Asserted - What does it mean?

asserted | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As an adjective asserted

is stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

As a verb asserted

is past tense of assert.

Assorted vs Asserted - What's the difference?

assorted | asserted |


As verbs the difference between assorted and asserted

is that assorted is (assort) while asserted is (assert).

As adjectives the difference between assorted and asserted

is that assorted is comprised of a number of different kinds or types; mixed; miscellaneous while asserted is stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

Asserter vs Asserted - What's the difference?

asserter | asserted |


As a noun asserter

is one who makes an assertion.

As an adjective asserted is

stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof.

As a verb asserted is

past tense of assert.

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