appetise

Delicious vs Appetise - What's the difference?

delicious | appetise |


As an adjective delicious

is pleasing to taste; tasty.

As a verb appetise is

(rare) to whet the appetite.

Appetise vs Appetised - What's the difference?

appetise | appetised |


As verbs the difference between appetise and appetised

is that appetise is (rare) to whet the appetite while appetised is (appetise).

Appetise vs Appetiser - What's the difference?

appetise | appetiser |


As a verb appetise

is (rare) to whet the appetite.

As a noun appetiser is

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Appetite vs Appetise - What's the difference?

appetite | appetise |


As a noun appetite

is desire for, or relish of, food or drink; hunger.

As a verb appetise is

(rare) to whet the appetite.

Whet vs Appetise - What's the difference?

whet | appetise |


As verbs the difference between whet and appetise

is that whet is to hone or rub on with some substance, as a piece of stone, for the purpose of sharpening – see whetstone while appetise is (rare) to whet the appetite.

As a noun whet

is the act of whetting something.

Appetize vs Appetise - What's the difference?

appetize | appetise | Alternative forms |

Appetize is an alternative form of appetise.


In rare|lang=en terms the difference between appetize and appetise

is that appetize is (rare) to whet the appetite while appetise is (rare) to whet the appetite.

As verbs the difference between appetize and appetise

is that appetize is (rare) to whet the appetite while appetise is (rare) to whet the appetite.