bindle

Bindle vs Case - What's the difference?

bindle | case |


As nouns the difference between bindle and case

is that bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll while case is (label) abstract feature of a noun phrase that determines its function in a sentence, such as a grammatical case and a position.

Wad vs Bindle - What's the difference?

wad | bindle |


As a verb wad

is third person singular of.

As a noun bindle is

any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

Bindle vs Dindle - What's the difference?

bindle | dindle |


As a noun bindle

is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

As a verb dindle is

(uk|intransitive) to vibrate, to tremor.

Bindle vs Rindle - What's the difference?

bindle | rindle |


As nouns the difference between bindle and rindle

is that bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll while rindle is a small water course or gutter.

Bandle vs Bindle - What's the difference?

bandle | bindle |


As nouns the difference between bandle and bindle

is that bandle is an irish measure of two feet in length while bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

Bindle vs Windle - What's the difference?

bindle | windle |


As nouns the difference between bindle and windle

is that bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll while windle is (uk|dialect) the redwing or windle can be an old english measure of corn, half a bushel.

Bingle vs Bindle - What's the difference?

bingle | bindle |


As nouns the difference between bingle and bindle

is that bingle is (australia|informal) a minor collision, especially between motor vehicles or bingle can be a hairstyle for women that is somewhere between a bob and a shingle or bingle can be (baseball|slang) a base hit in which the batter stops safely at first base while bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

Brindle vs Bindle - What's the difference?

brindle | bindle |


As nouns the difference between brindle and bindle

is that brindle is a streaky colouration in animals while bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

As an adjective brindle

is having such a colouration; brindled.

Kindle vs Bindle - What's the difference?

kindle | bindle |


As nouns the difference between kindle and bindle

is that kindle is (obsolete) a group of kittens while bindle is any given length of cord, rope, twine, etc, used to bind something or bindle can be a bundle carried by a hobo (usually containing his possessions), often on a stick slung over the shoulder; a blanket roll.

As a verb kindle

is to start (a fire) or light (a torch, a match, coals, etc).

Bindleman vs Bindle - What's the difference?

bindleman | bindle | Derived terms |

Bindleman is a derived term of bindle.

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