basin

Basin vs Aspersorium - What's the difference?

basin | aspersorium |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As a noun aspersorium is

a basin that holds holy water with which worshippers sprinkle themselves.

Basin vs Scammony - What's the difference?

basin | scammony |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As a noun scammony is

convolvulus scammonia , a twining perennial bindweed native to the eastern part of the mediterranean basin, whose juice has been used in medicine as scammonium.

Basin vs Basinlike - What's the difference?

basin | basinlike |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As an adjective basinlike is

resembling a basin or some aspect of one.

Basin vs Interbasin - What's the difference?

basin | interbasin |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As an adjective interbasin is

between river basins.

Basin vs Basinwide - What's the difference?

basin | basinwide |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As an adjective basinwide is

occurring throughout a basin.

Basin vs Doline - What's the difference?

basin | doline |


As a proper noun basin

is a cdp in montana.

As a noun doline is

a depression (basin, hollow) in karstic terrain / limestone.

Basin vs Lavatorybasin - What's the difference?

basin | lavatorybasin |

Pond vs Basin - What's the difference?

pond | basin |


As nouns the difference between pond and basin

is that pond is an inland body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is smaller than a lake while basin is a bowl for washing, often affixed to a wall.

As a verb pond

is to block the flow of water so that it can escape only through evaporation or seepage; to dam.

Watershed vs Basin - What's the difference?

watershed | basin |


As nouns the difference between watershed and basin

is that watershed is (hydrology) the topographical boundary dividing two adjacent catchment basins, such as a ridge or a crest while basin is a bowl for washing, often affixed to a wall.

Tub vs Basin - What's the difference?

tub | basin |


As nouns the difference between tub and basin

is that tub is a flat-bottomed vessel, of width similar to or greater than its height, used for storing or packing things, or for washing things in while basin is a bowl for washing, often affixed to a wall.

As a verb tub

is to plant, set, or store in a tub.

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