deduce vs. induce

deduce vs. induce deduce (reach an answer): We can deduce that the fish died due to water pollution. induce (make someone to do something): Nothing would induce me to vote for him.   deduce vs. induce  – English Vocabulary

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deal vs. dill

deal vs. dill deal (an agreement in business): I want to make a deal with you. dill (a plant of the parsley family): Basil, mint and dill are all herbs.   deal vs. dill – English Vocabulary

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dank vs. dunk

dank vs. dunk dank (wet and smelling unpleasant): The cave was cold and dank. dunk (dip something into a liquid): He dunked a piece of bread into his tea.   dank vs. dunk – English Vocabulary

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decry vs. descry

decry vs. descry decry (strongly criticize): They decry the campaign as a waste of money. descry (find out, discover): I can descry a way of overcoming the difficulty.   decry vs. descry – English Vocabulary

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