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Coarse vs Course

Coarse vs Course
The term ‘coarse’ commonly refers to a texture, specifically a harsh or rough texture. The coarse texture usually comes from the fact that the thing is made up of large rough grains or particles. Whereas, the...

Mnemonics vs Acronyms

Mnemonics vs Acronyms
Acronyms mainly involve taking the first letter of each word in a name and making a word out of it. Simply said, it is an abbreviation. Mnemonics, on the other hand, are different. It is a type of memory...

Stupid vs Dumb vs Idiot

Stupid vs Dumb vs Idiot
Stupid, Dumb and Idiot are all used as slang to refer to someone or something that lacks intelligence or common sense. However, there are some small contextual differences in the manner they are used.

Nostalgia vs Melancholy

Nostalgia vs Melancholy
The term ‘nostalgia’ refers to the feeling of longing or remembering the past. ‘Melancholy’ refers to deep sadness. This sadness could be cause by a number of events, or more often than not, for no particular...

Week vs Weak

Week vs Weak
The words, week and weak are homonyms, i.e. words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. A week refers to a period of seven days, usually starting from on Sunday all the way to Saturday. Weak...

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