alow

Alow vs Permit - What's the difference?

alow | permit |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a verb permit is

.

Alow vs Let - What's the difference?

alow | let |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a noun let is

milk or let can be letter.

Alow vs Allow - What's the difference?

alow | allow |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a verb allow is

to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have.

Glow vs Alow - What's the difference?

glow | alow |


As a verb glow

is to give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated.

As a noun glow

is the state of a glowing object.

As an adverb alow is

.

As a preposition alow is

(scotland) below.

Aflow vs Alow - What's the difference?

aflow | alow |


As adverbs the difference between aflow and alow

is that aflow is flowing while alow is .

As a preposition alow is

(scotland) below.

Alow vs Ablow - What's the difference?

alow | ablow |


In scotland|lang=en terms the difference between alow and ablow

is that alow is (scotland) below while ablow is (scotland) below.

As prepositions the difference between alow and ablow

is that alow is (scotland) below while ablow is (scotland) below.

As an adverb alow

is .

As an adjective ablow is

(obsolete|postpositive) blossoming, blooming, in blossom.

Alow vs Aloo - What's the difference?

alow | aloo |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a noun aloo is

(indian cooking) potato.

Alow vs Plow - What's the difference?

alow | plow |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a noun plow is

(us).

As a verb plow is

(us).

Aglow vs Alow - What's the difference?

aglow | alow |


As an adjective aglow

is glowing; radiant.

As an adverb alow is

.

As a preposition alow is

(scotland) below.

Alow vs Avow - What's the difference?

alow | avow |


As an adverb alow

is .

As a preposition alow

is (scotland) below.

As a verb avow is

to declare openly and boldly, as something believed to be right; to own, acknowledge or confess frankly.

As a noun avow is

(obsolete) avowal.

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