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assumed

Thought vs Assumed - What's the difference?

thought | assumed |


As verbs the difference between thought and assumed

is that thought is past tense of think while assumed is past tense of assume.

As a noun thought

is form created in the mind, rather than the forms perceived through the five senses; an instance of thinking.

As an adjective assumed is

used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

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.

Assumed vs Shown - What's the difference?

assumed | shown |


As verbs the difference between assumed and shown

is that assumed is past tense of assume while shown is past participle of lang=en.

As an adjective assumed

is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

As a proper noun Shown is

{{surname|lang=en}.

Assumed vs Assumable - What's the difference?

assumed | assumable |


As adjectives the difference between assumed and assumable

is that assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious while assumable is capable of being assumed, or taken to be true.

As a verb assumed

is (assume).

Assumed vs Assumed - What's the difference?

assumed | assumed |


In en-past of|assume terms the difference between assumed and assumed

is that assumed is (assume) while assumed is (assume).

As verbs the difference between assumed and assumed

is that assumed is (assume) while assumed is (assume).

As adjectives the difference between assumed and assumed

is that assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious while assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

Assumed vs Obtain - What's the difference?

assumed | obtain |


As verbs the difference between assumed and obtain

is that assumed is (assume) while obtain is to get hold of; to gain possession of, to procure; to acquire, in any way.

As an adjective assumed

is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

Trusted vs Assumed - What's the difference?

trusted | assumed |


As verbs the difference between trusted and assumed

is that trusted is (trust) while assumed is (assume).

As an adjective assumed is

used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

Assumed vs Clarified - What's the difference?

assumed | clarified |


As verbs the difference between assumed and clarified

is that assumed is (assume) while clarified is (clarify).

As adjectives the difference between assumed and clarified

is that assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious while clarified is made clear.

Anticipated vs Assumed - What's the difference?

anticipated | assumed |


As adjectives the difference between anticipated and assumed

is that anticipated is expected to arrive; scheduled while assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

As verbs the difference between anticipated and assumed

is that anticipated is (anticipate) while assumed is (assume).

Considered vs Assumed - What's the difference?

considered | assumed |


As verbs the difference between considered and assumed

is that considered is (consider) while assumed is (assume).

As an adjective assumed is

used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

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