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eaten

Eaten vs Neaten - What's the difference?

eaten | neaten |


As verbs the difference between eaten and neaten

is that eaten is while neaten is to make neat; arrange in an orderly, tidy way; to.

As an adjective eaten

is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating.

Eaten vs Oaten - What's the difference?

eaten | oaten |


As adjectives the difference between eaten and oaten

is that eaten is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating while oaten is made of oats.

As a verb eaten

is .

Eaten vs Eoten - What's the difference?

eaten | eoten |


As a verb eaten

is .

As an adjective eaten

is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating.

As a noun eoten is

a giant from old english literature and mythology.

Eaten vs Eater - What's the difference?

eaten | eater |


As a verb eaten

is .

As an adjective eaten

is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating.

As a noun eater is

agent noun of eat; one who eats.

Beaten vs Eaten - What's the difference?

beaten | eaten |


As adjectives the difference between beaten and eaten

is that beaten is defeated while eaten is that has been consumed by eating.

As verbs the difference between beaten and eaten

is that beaten is past participle of lang=en while eaten is past participle of lang=en.

Eaten vs Semese - What's the difference?

eaten | semese |


As adjectives the difference between eaten and semese

is that eaten is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating while semese is (rare) half-eaten.

As a verb eaten

is .

As a noun semese is

a member of the warrior caste of the elema of papua new guinea.

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