axed

Axed vs Exed - What's the difference?

axed | exed |


As verbs the difference between axed and exed

is that axed is (axe) while exed is (ex).

Axed vs Axen - What's the difference?

axed | axen |


As a verb axed

is (axe).

As a noun axen is

ashes.

Maxed vs Axed - What's the difference?

maxed | axed |


As verbs the difference between maxed and axed

is that maxed is (max) while axed is (axe).

Axed vs Axel - What's the difference?

axed | axel |


As a verb axed

is (axe).

As a proper noun axel is

in quiet use since the 19th century.

Axled vs Axed - What's the difference?

axled | axed |


As an adjective axled

is having (a specified number or kind of) axles.

As a verb axed is

(axe).

Taxed vs Axed - What's the difference?

taxed | axed |


As verbs the difference between taxed and axed

is that taxed is (tax) while axed is (axe).

As an adjective taxed

is subject to taxation.

Awed vs Axed - What's the difference?

awed | axed |


As verbs the difference between awed and axed

is that awed is (awe) while axed is (axe).

As an adjective awed

is filled with awe.

Axes vs Axed - What's the difference?

axes | axed |


As verbs the difference between axes and axed

is that axes is while axed is (axe).

Axe vs Axed - What's the difference?

axe | axed |


As a proper noun axe

is axis (world war two nation group).

As a verb axed is

(axe).

Abed vs Axed - What's the difference?

abed | axed |


As an adverb abed

is in bed, or on the bed; confined to bed .

As a verb axed is

(axe).

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