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nerves

Nerves vs Anxiety - What's the difference?

nerves | anxiety |


As nouns the difference between nerves and anxiety

is that nerves is while anxiety is an unpleasant state of mental uneasiness, nervousness, apprehension and obsession or concern about some uncertain event.

Perves vs Nerves - What's the difference?

perves | nerves |


As nouns the difference between perves and nerves

is that perves is plural of perve while nerves is plural of nerve.

As verbs the difference between perves and nerves

is that perves is third-person singular of perv while nerves is third-person singular of nerve.

Nerves vs Nerved - What's the difference?

nerves | nerved |


As a noun nerves

is .

As a verb nerved is

(nerve).

As an adjective nerved is

(botany) having one or more principal veins, especially of a leaf.

Serves vs Nerves - What's the difference?

serves | nerves |


As nouns the difference between serves and nerves

is that serves is while nerves is .

As a verb serves

is (serve).

Nerves vs Tendom - What's the difference?

nerves | tendom |

Tendom is likely misspelled.


Tendom has no English definition.

As a noun nerves

is plural of nerve.

As a verb nerves

is third-person singular of nerve.

Nerves vs Neurological - What's the difference?

nerves | neurological |


As a noun nerves

is .

As an adjective neurological is

dealing with the study of the brain; neurology.

Vains vs Nerves - What's the difference?

vains | nerves |


As an adjective vains

is .

As a noun nerves is

.

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