aback

Shock vs Aback - What's the difference?

shock | aback |


As nouns the difference between shock and aback

is that shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook while aback is (obsolete) an abacus.

As a verb shock

is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

As an adverb aback is

(archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

About vs Aback - What's the difference?

about | aback |


As adverbs the difference between about and aback

is that about is not distant; approximate while aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

As a preposition about

is in a circle around; all round; on every side of; on the outside of .

As an adjective about

is moving around; astir.

As a noun aback is

(obsolete) an abacus.

Aback vs Behind - What's the difference?

aback | behind |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between aback and behind

is that aback is (archaic) in the rear; a distance behind while behind is (archaic) not yet brought forward, produced, or exhibited to view; out of sight; remaining.

As adverbs the difference between aback and behind

is that aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards
while behind is at the back part; in the rear.

As nouns the difference between aback and behind

is that aback is (obsolete) an abacus while behind is the rear, back-end.

As a preposition behind is

at the back of.

Rearward vs Aback - What's the difference?

rearward | aback |


As nouns the difference between rearward and aback

is that rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up while aback is (obsolete) an abacus.

As adverbs the difference between rearward and aback

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

Aback vs Suddenly - What's the difference?

aback | suddenly |


As adverbs the difference between aback and suddenly

is that aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards while suddenly is happening quickly and with little or no warning; in a sudden manner.

As a noun aback

is (obsolete) an abacus.

Aback vs Backward - What's the difference?

aback | backward |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between aback and backward

is that aback is (obsolete) an abacus while backward is (obsolete) already past or gone; bygone.

As adverbs the difference between aback and backward

is that aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards while backward is (of motion) in the direction towards the back; backwards.

As nouns the difference between aback and backward

is that aback is (obsolete) an abacus while backward is the state behind or past.

As an adjective backward is

(of motion) pertaining to the direction towards the back.

Aback vs Abacs - What's the difference?

aback | abacs |


As nouns the difference between aback and abacs

is that aback is (obsolete) an abacus while abacs is .

As an adverb aback

is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

Aback vs Alack - What's the difference?

aback | alack |


As an adverb aback

is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

As a noun aback

is (obsolete) an abacus.

As an interjection alack is

an expression of sorrow or mourning.

Aback vs Abask - What's the difference?

aback | abask |


As adverbs the difference between aback and abask

is that aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards while abask is in the sunshine; basking.

As a noun aback

is (obsolete) an abacus.

Aback vs Abaci - What's the difference?

aback | abaci |


As nouns the difference between aback and abaci

is that aback is (obsolete) an abacus while abaci is (abacus).

As an adverb aback

is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

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