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pathos

Pathos vs Grievance - What's the difference?

pathos | grievance |


As nouns the difference between pathos and grievance

is that pathos is pathos while grievance is (countable) something which causes grief.

Pathos vs Eros - What's the difference?

pathos | eros |


As nouns the difference between pathos and eros

is that pathos is pathos while eros is eros (physical love).

Empaths vs Pathos - What's the difference?

empaths | pathos |


As nouns the difference between empaths and pathos

is that empaths is while pathos is pathos.

Pathos vs Sentimental - What's the difference?

pathos | sentimental |


As a noun pathos

is pathos.

As an adjective sentimental is

characterized by sentiment, sentimentality or excess emotion.

Poignancy vs Pathos - What's the difference?

poignancy | pathos |


As nouns the difference between poignancy and pathos

is that poignancy is the quality of being poignant while pathos is pathos.

Pathos vs Contagious - What's the difference?

pathos | contagious |


As a noun pathos

is pathos.

As an adjective contagious is

of a disease, easily transmitted to others.

Pathos vs Mercilessness - What's the difference?

pathos | mercilessness |


As nouns the difference between pathos and mercilessness

is that pathos is pathos while mercilessness is the property of being merciless; unmercy.

Ego vs Pathos - What's the difference?

ego | pathos |


As nouns the difference between ego and pathos

is that ego is ego while pathos is pathos.

Pathos vs Moral - What's the difference?

pathos | moral |


As nouns the difference between pathos and moral

is that pathos is pathos while moral is moral.

Pathe vs Pathos - What's the difference?

pathe | pathos |


As a verb pathe

is misspelling of lang=en.

As a noun pathos is

the quality or property of anything which touches the feelings or excites emotions and passions, especially that which awakens tender emotions, such as pity, sorrow, and the like; contagious warmth of feeling, action, or expression; pathetic quality.

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