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Frozen Yogurt vs Ice Cream vs Soft Serve   There are many different types of desserts that are eaten by people after meals and also whenever they feel the need for them. These sweet dishes are loved by people of all ages but especially by kids. Ice cream, soft serve, and frozen yogurt are the most popular... 
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Chew vs Dip vs Snuff   There are millions of tobacco lovers around the world who do not smoke cigarettes or cigars but are still able to get the kick from tobacco just like smokers. These people indulge in what is called smokeless tobacco. They keep the tobacco in their mouth and keep drawing in the juices of tobacco,... 
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Snuggle vs Cuddle   Hug, embrace, snuggle, cuddle are some English words that describe acts of intimacy shown by human beings towards another human being. All these acts are physical in nature with one person embracing another in his arms. Snuggle and cuddle are two verbs that are almost similar in meaning... 
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Snickers vs Baby Ruth   For all candy bar lovers, it is really very difficult to choose between two of the most popular candy bars in the country, Nestlé’s Baby Ruth, and Mars Incorporated’s Snickers. This is because both contain more or less the same ingredients and also taste a lot similar. Just like... 
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Sneakers vs Shoes   Shoes are one of the most common accessories used by human beings. They are used by people of all ages and both sexes. In fact, an individual wears them all his life right from the time he learns to walk on earth. There is another term sneaker that confuses many as sneakers look exactly... 
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Rods vs Cones   Photoreceptors are a special type of neurons found in the retina and made up of basic four regions; an outer segment, an inner segment, a cell body, and a synaptic terminal. They are important to convert electromagnetic radiation into neural signals. Normally retina of a human eye contains around... 
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Sadducees vs Pharisees   Sadducee and Pharisee are terms that are encountered in the works of Josephus and the Bible. These are Jewish sects that were already in place before the advent of Christianity and were considered as religious parties in the times of Jesus. Not surprisingly, both were opposed to what... 
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Safe vs Save   Safe and save are English words that confuse a lot of people, especially when they see these words used by insurance companies in connection with driving tips. People feel that they know the difference between safe and save as safe is adjective while save is a verb. But they mix up between... 
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Salted vs Unsalted Butter   Butter is a milk product that is made with churning of cream. It is a product that is used heavily in cooking whether the method of cooking is baking or frying. Butter is obtained from the milk of cattle, mostly cows. The color of butter is cream or off-white though it is dependent... 
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Grin vs Smile vs Smirk   A smiling face is always welcome at all places and on all occasions. A smile can melt even the hardest to please individuals but which type of smile you sport on your face can be very confusing if you are to choose between a grin, a smile, or a smirk. There are some more near synonyms for... 
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Smoothie vs Juice   Health conscious people have always desired to get the nutrients of green vegetables and fresh fruits in the best possible manner. This desire has led to evolution of two similar yet different methods of drinking these treasure houses of health, namely juices and smoothies. There has always... 
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Sacrament vs Ordinance   Christianity is a religion that is followed by more than 2 billion people around the world. In Christianity, sacred rites having importance are referred to as sacraments and also as ordinances. Most people use the terms sacrament and ordinance interchangeably for rituals having religious... 
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Facetious vs Sarcastic vs Sardonic   English is a language that contains many words that more or less mean the same thing yet these words exist together. There are examples of these words being used in particular contexts though it seems one can be easily used in place of another. One such grouping of words... 
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Saute vs Fry   Sauteing and frying are two similar cooking methods that make use of heating food items with dry heat. The similarities are obvious with food items being heated in a pan containing some kind of cooking oil over direct flame. However, there are differences between sauté and frying that are... 
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Speak vs Say vs Talk   Speak, say, tell, talk etc. are some really confusing English words, especially for students learning English. This is because of the fact that all these convey more or less similar meaning. If you too are confused between these words, read on as this article attempts to make clear, not just... 
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Saw vs Seen   See is one English word that is very commonly used. It is a word that refers to the act of perceiving through the sense of sight. It also means to understand or comprehend a point of view. It is a word that s used in many contexts and has several different meanings. Seen is the past participle... 
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