alew

Anew vs Alew - What's the difference?

anew | alew |


As an adverb anew

is (literary|poetic or formal) again, once more.

As a noun alew is

(obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

Alew vs Arew - What's the difference?

alew | arew |


As a noun alew

is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

As an adverb arew is

(obsolete) in a row.

Alew vs Lew - What's the difference?

alew | lew |


As a noun alew

is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

As an adjective lew is

(northern england) lukewarm, tepid.

Plew vs Alew - What's the difference?

plew | alew |


As nouns the difference between plew and alew

is that plew is (north america) beaver pelt while alew is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

Alew vs Alow - What's the difference?

alew | alow |


As a noun alew

is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

As an adverb alow is

.

As a preposition alow is

(scotland) below.

Slew vs Alew - What's the difference?

slew | alew |


As nouns the difference between slew and alew

is that slew is (us) a large amount or slew can be the act, or process of slaying while alew is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

As a verb slew

is (nautical) to rotate or turn something about its axis or slew can be (slay).

Flew vs Alew - What's the difference?

flew | alew |


As a verb flew

is (fly).

As a noun alew is

(obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

Blew vs Alew - What's the difference?

blew | alew |


As nouns the difference between blew and alew

is that blew is while alew is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

As a verb blew

is (blow).

Few vs Alew - What's the difference?

few | alew |


As a proper noun few

is (british) the pilots who fought in the battle of britain.

As a noun alew is

(obsolete|rare) a cry of despair.

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