abaction

Abaction vs Botanica - What's the difference?

abaction | botanica | Anagrams |

Abaction is an anagram of botanica.


As nouns the difference between abaction and botanica

is that abaction is (legal) carrying away by force, (especially) of animals while botanica is a shop that deals in herbs and charms used especially by followers of santeria.

What is the difference between away and abaction?

away | abaction |


As a adverb away

is from a place, [[hence#adverb|hence]].

As a interjection away

is {{context|northern england|lang=en}} come on!; go on!.

As a adjective away

is not here, gone, absent, unavailable, traveling; on vacation.

As a noun abaction is

{{context|legal|lang=en}} carrying away by force, (especially) of animals.

What is the difference between cattle and abaction?

cattle | abaction |


As nouns the difference between cattle and abaction

is that cattle is domesticated bovine animals (cows, bulls, steers etc) while abaction is {{context|legal|lang=en}} carrying away by force, (especially) of animals.

What is the difference between force and abaction?

force | abaction |


In context|legal|lang=en terms the difference between force and abaction

is that force is {{context|legal|lang=en}} either unlawful violence, as in a "forced entry ", or lawful compulsion while abaction is {{context|legal|lang=en}} carrying away by force, (especially) of animals.

As nouns the difference between force and abaction

is that force is {{context|countable|lang=en}} anything that is able to make a big change in a person or thing or force can be {{context|countable|northern england|lang=en}} a waterfall or cascade while abaction is {{context|legal|lang=en}} carrying away by force, (especially) of animals.

As a verb force

is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to violate (a woman); to rape {{defdate|from 14th c}} or force can be to stuff; to lard; to farce.

What is the difference between animal and abaction?

animal | abaction |


As nouns the difference between animal and abaction

is that animal is in scientific usage, a multicellular organism that is usually mobile, whose cells are not encased in a rigid cell wall (distinguishing it from plants and fungi) and which derives energy solely from the consumption of other organisms (distinguishing it from plants) while abaction is {{context|legal|lang=en}} carrying away by force, (especially) of animals.

As a adjective animal

is of or relating to animals.