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Difference between diseased and deceased


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The word 'diseased' refers to being afflicted with a disease.

The word 'deceased' refers to being dead.


Sample Usage

eg 1. The diseased victims afflicted with plague were taken to the hospital.

eg 2. Death certificates of the deceased were issued to their families.


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