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Inhibition vs Inhibitor - What's the difference?

inhibition | inhibitor |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and inhibitor

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while inhibitor is inhibitor (all senses).

Inhibition vs Scruple - What's the difference?

inhibition | scruple |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and scruple

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while scruple is (obsolete) a weight of twenty grains; the third part of a dram.

As a verb scruple is

to be reluctant or to hesitate, as regards an action, on account of considerations of conscience or expedience.

Reservation vs Inhibition - What's the difference?

reservation | inhibition |


As nouns the difference between reservation and inhibition

is that reservation is reservation while inhibition is the act of inhibiting.

Inhibition vs Abstinence - What's the difference?

inhibition | abstinence |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and abstinence

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while abstinence is the act or practice of abstaining, refraining from indulging a desire or appetite .

Inhibition vs Repress - What's the difference?

inhibition | repress |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and repress

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while repress is the act of repressing.

As a verb repress is

to press again.

Inhibition vs Freudian - What's the difference?

inhibition | freudian |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and freudian

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while freudian is a follower of freud or his methods.

As an adjective freudian is

relating to or influenced by the austrian neurologist (1856-1939) and his methods of psychoanalysis.

Inhibition vs Impediment - What's the difference?

inhibition | impediment |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and impediment

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while impediment is a hindrance; that which impedes or hinders progress.

Inhibition vs Hesitation - What's the difference?

inhibition | hesitation |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and hesitation

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while hesitation is hesitation.

Inhibition vs Incitation - What's the difference?

inhibition | incitation |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and incitation

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while incitation is the act of inciting or moving to action.

Inhibition vs Invitation - What's the difference?

inhibition | invitation |


As nouns the difference between inhibition and invitation

is that inhibition is the act of inhibiting while invitation is the act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of a person's company.

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