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Agest vs Aggest - What's the difference?

agest | aggest |


As verbs the difference between agest and aggest

is that agest is (archaic) (age) while aggest is (obsolete) to heap up.

Ages vs Agest - What's the difference?

ages | agest |


As verbs the difference between ages and agest

is that ages is while agest is (archaic) (age).

Agent vs Agest - What's the difference?

agent | agest |


As a noun agent

is agent (intermediary for certain services, such as for artistic performances or public relations).

As a verb agest is

(archaic) (age).

Agest vs Egest - What's the difference?

agest | egest |


As verbs the difference between agest and egest

is that agest is (archaic) (age) while egest is to excrete from the body.

Agest vs Agenst - What's the difference?

agest | agenst |


As a verb agest

is (archaic) (age).

As a preposition agenst is

.

Agest vs Ageest - What's the difference?

agest | ageest |


As a verb agest

is (archaic) (age).

As an adjective ageest is

(obsolete) afraid, astonished (used in ) .

Agest vs Agist - What's the difference?

agest | agist |


As verbs the difference between agest and agist

is that agest is (archaic) (age) while agist is to take to graze or pasture, at a certain sum; used originally of the feeding of cattle in the king's forests, and collecting the money for the same.

Agest vs Agast - What's the difference?

agest | agast |


As a verb agest

is (archaic) (age).

As an adjective agast is

.

Agest vs Ragest - What's the difference?

agest | ragest |


As verbs the difference between agest and ragest

is that agest is (archaic) (age) while ragest is (rage).

Agest vs Ageist - What's the difference?

agest | ageist |


As a verb agest

is (archaic) (age).

As an adjective ageist is

unfairly discriminatory against someone based on their age.

As a noun ageist is

a person who behaves in an ageist manner.

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