blate

Blate vs Bashful - What's the difference?

blate | bashful |


As adjectives the difference between blate and bashful

is that blate is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish while bashful is inclined to avoid notice.

Blate vs Blite - What's the difference?

blate | blite |


As an adjective blate

is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

As a noun blite is

the plant.

Blote vs Blate - What's the difference?

blote | blate |


As adjectives the difference between blote and blate

is that blote is while blate is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

Blate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

blate | ablate |


As an adjective blate

is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

As a verb ablate is

.

Blat vs Blate - What's the difference?

blat | blate |


As adjectives the difference between blat and blate

is that blat is while blate is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

Alate vs Blate - What's the difference?

alate | blate |


As adjectives the difference between alate and blate

is that alate is (entomology|botany) having winglike extensions or parts; winged while blate is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

As a noun alate

is a winged, reproductive form of several social insects.

As an adverb alate

is (archaic) recently; lately; of late.

Blare vs Blate - What's the difference?

blare | blate |


As a noun blare

is (usually singular) a loud sound.

As a verb blare

is to make a loud sound.

As an adjective blate is

(scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

Blats vs Blate - What's the difference?

blats | blate |


As a verb blats

is (blat).

As an adjective blate is

(scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

Late vs Blate - What's the difference?

late | blate |


As a noun late

is (kind of) hatchet, axe, chopper.

As an adjective blate is

(scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish.

Blate vs Elate - What's the difference?

blate | elate |


As adjectives the difference between blate and elate

is that blate is (scotland|northern england) bashful, sheepish while elate is elated; exultant.

As a verb elate is

to make joyful or proud.

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