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Difference between 'Stationary' and 'Stationery'

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Stationary is an adjective and means 'fixed'.

Stationery is a noun and means 'the articles sold by a stationer'.

Sample Usage

Men used to believe in old days that the earth was stationary and that the sun moves round the earth.

He has opened a stationery shop in a busy locality.

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