I think she's sincerely confused about the difference between insurance, and prepayment.
What a difference six weeks, 1,400 miles, and a healthy dose of sunshine, beer, and BBQ make.
Another key finding was the difference of expectations between the amount of time it should take to get a raise or promotion.
Here's the rub: It is nearly impossible to identify the difference between the two grapes.
But he dove right back in with a demonstration of the difference between empathy and sympathy.
Between righteousness and morals the difference is important.
There was one difference, however, between the surprise felt by the two.
But now that she knew of it she felt very acutely the difference it had made in Vere.
But every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.
"That ought not to make any difference, mamma," said Lady Sarah.
mid-14c., from Old French difference (12c.) "difference, distinction; argument, dispute," from Latin differentia "diversity, difference," from differentem (nominative differens), present participle of differre "to set apart" (see differ). Sense of "a quarrel" first attested late 14c. Colloquial phrase what's the diff? first recorded 1896.
difference dif·fer·ence (dĭf'ər-əns, dĭf'rəns)
The magnitude or degree by which one quantity differs from another of the same kind.