Spongy vs Anbury - What's the difference?

spongy | anbury |


As an adjective spongy

is having the characteristics of a sponge, namely being absorbent, squishy or porous.

As a noun anbury is

(archaic) a wen or spongy wart on the legs or flanks of a horse.

spongy

English

Alternative forms

* spongey

Adjective

(er)
  • having the characteristics of a sponge, namely being absorbent, squishy or porous
  • spongy earth; spongy cake; spongy bones
  • Wet; drenched; soaked and soft, like sponge; rainy.
  • * Shakespeare
  • spongy April

    Derived terms

    * spongy lead * spongy platinum

    anbury

    English

    Alternative forms

    * anberry

    Noun

    (anburies)
  • (archaic) A wen or spongy wart on the legs or flanks of a horse.