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Unlike vs Unless - What's the difference?

unlike | unless |


As an adjective unlike

is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike

is differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike

is to dislike.

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

After vs Unless - What's the difference?

after | unless |


As a noun after

is anus.

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Unless vs Thereby - What's the difference?

unless | thereby |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As an adverb thereby is

(formal) by it, by that.

Unless vs Besides - What's the difference?

unless | besides |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a preposition besides is

(obsolete) beside.

As an adverb besides is

(conjunctive) also; in addition.

Unless vs Exception - What's the difference?

unless | exception |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a noun exception is

exception.

Unless vs Exept - What's the difference?

unless | exept |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As a preposition exept is

.

Unless vs Undefined - What's the difference?

unless | undefined |


As a conjunction unless

is except on a specified condition; if not.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Providing vs Unless - What's the difference?

providing | unless |


As a verb providing

is .

As a noun providing

is something provided; a provision.

As a conjunction unless is

except on a specified condition; if not.

Unless vs Since - What's the difference?

unless | since |


As conjunctions the difference between unless and since

is that unless is except on a specified condition; if not while since is from the time that.

As an adverb since is

from a specified time in the past.

As a preposition since is

from (time).

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