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pivotal

Poignant vs Pivotal - What's the difference?

poignant | pivotal |


As adjectives the difference between poignant and pivotal

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while pivotal is of, relating to, or being a pivot.

Pivotal vs Portal - What's the difference?

pivotal | portal |


As an adjective pivotal

is of, relating to, or being a pivot.

As a noun portal is

portal (grandiose and often lavish entrance).

Pivotal vs Occur - What's the difference?

pivotal | occur |


As an adjective pivotal

is of, relating to, or being a pivot.

As a verb occur is

to happen or take place.

Pivotal vs Happen - What's the difference?

pivotal | happen |


As an adjective pivotal

is of, relating to, or being a pivot.

As a noun happen is

morsel.

Pivotal vs Juncture - What's the difference?

pivotal | juncture |


As an adjective pivotal

is of, relating to, or being a pivot.

As a noun juncture is

a place where things join, a junction.

Core vs Pivotal - What's the difference?

core | pivotal |


As a noun core

is crow.

As an adjective pivotal is

of, relating to, or being a pivot.

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