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Summon vs Persuade - What's the difference?

summon | persuade | Related terms |

Summon is a related term of persuade.


As verbs the difference between summon and persuade

is that summon is to call people together; to convene while persuade is .

As a noun summon

is call, command, order.

Thrust vs Persuade - What's the difference?

thrust | persuade | Related terms |

Thrust is a related term of persuade.


As verbs the difference between thrust and persuade

is that thrust is (lb) to make advance with while persuade is .

As a noun thrust

is (fencing) an attack made by moving the sword parallel to its length and landing with the point.

Pinch vs Persuade - What's the difference?

pinch | persuade |


As verbs the difference between pinch and persuade

is that pinch is to squeeze a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt while persuade is .

As a noun pinch

is the action of squeezing a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt.

Persuade vs Satisfy - What's the difference?

persuade | satisfy | Related terms |

Persuade is a related term of satisfy.


As verbs the difference between persuade and satisfy

is that persuade is while satisfy is to do enough for; to meet the needs of; to fulfill the wishes or requirements of.

Affect vs Persuade - What's the difference?

affect | persuade | Related terms |

Affect is a related term of persuade.


As verbs the difference between affect and persuade

is that affect is to influence or alter or affect can be (obsolete|transitive) to aim for, to try to obtain while persuade is .

As a noun affect

is (obsolete) one's mood or inclination; mental state.

Persuade vs Confidence - What's the difference?

persuade | confidence |


As a verb persuade

is to successfully convince (someone) to agree to, accept, or do something, usually through reasoning and verbal influence. Compare sway.

As a noun confidence is

passive self-assurance.

Avouch vs Persuade - What's the difference?

avouch | persuade | Related terms |

Avouch is a related term of persuade.


As verbs the difference between avouch and persuade

is that avouch is to declare freely and openly; to assert while persuade is .

As a noun avouch

is (obsolete) evidence; declaration.

Persuade vs Persever - What's the difference?

persuade | persever |


As verbs the difference between persuade and persever

is that persuade is while persever is .

Expostulate vs Persuade - What's the difference?

expostulate | persuade |


As verbs the difference between expostulate and persuade

is that expostulate is to protest or remonstrate; to reason earnestly with a person on some impropriety of conduct while persuade is .

Crusade vs Persuade - What's the difference?

crusade | persuade |


As verbs the difference between crusade and persuade

is that crusade is to make a grand concerted effort toward some purportedly worthy cause while persuade is to successfully convince (someone) to agree to, accept, or do something, usually through reasoning and verbal influence. Compare sway.

As a noun crusade

is any of the military expeditions undertaken by the Christians of Europe in the 11th to 13th centuries to reconquer the Levant from the Muslims.

As a proper noun Crusade

is one of a series of ostensibly religious campaigns by Christian forces from the 11th to the 13th century, mostly to capture the Holy Land from the Muslims who occupied it.

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