boddle

Boddle vs Toddle - What's the difference?

boddle | toddle |


As a noun boddle

is .

As a verb toddle is

to walk unsteadily, as a small child does.

Noddle vs Boddle - What's the difference?

noddle | boddle |


As nouns the difference between noddle and boddle

is that noddle is (uk|informal) the head; the part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth and main sense organs while boddle is .

Boodle vs Boddle - What's the difference?

boodle | boddle |


As nouns the difference between boodle and boddle

is that boodle is money, especially when acquired or spent illegally or improperly; swag while boddle is .

Boddle vs Coddle - What's the difference?

boddle | coddle |


As nouns the difference between boddle and coddle

is that boddle is while coddle is an irish dish comprising layers of roughly sliced pork sausages and bacon rashers with sliced potatoes and onions.

As a verb coddle is

to treat gently or with great care.

Doddle vs Boddle - What's the difference?

doddle | boddle |


As nouns the difference between doddle and boddle

is that doddle is a job, task or other activity that is simple or easy to complete while boddle is .

Broddle vs Boddle - What's the difference?

broddle | boddle |


As a verb broddle

is (british|dialect) to poke; to pierce.

As a noun boddle is

.

Boddle vs Buddle - What's the difference?

boddle | buddle |


As nouns the difference between boddle and buddle

is that boddle is while buddle is an apparatus on which crushed ore is washed.

As a verb buddle is

to use a buddle.

Taxonomy vs Boddle - What's the difference?

taxonomy | boddle |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and boddle

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while boddle is .

Boddle vs Bodle - What's the difference?

boddle | bodle | Alternative forms |

Boddle is an alternative form of bodle.


As nouns the difference between boddle and bodle

is that boddle is while bodle is a former scottish copper coin of less value than a bawbee, worth about one-sixth of an english penny.