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Bolt vs Sail - What's the difference?

bolt | sail | Related terms |

Bolt is a related term of sail.


As nouns the difference between bolt and sail

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while sail is salt.

Bolt vs Prance - What's the difference?

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Bolt is a related term of prance.


As nouns the difference between bolt and prance

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while prance is (uncommon) the act of prancing.

As a verb prance is

(of a horse) to spring forward on the hind legs.

Bolt vs Budge - What's the difference?

bolt | budge | Related terms |

Bolt is a related term of budge.


As nouns the difference between bolt and budge

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while budge is a kind of fur prepared from lambskin dressed with the wool on, formerly used as an edging and ornament, especially on scholastic habits.

As a verb budge is

to move.

As an adjective budge is

(obsolete) brisk; stirring; jocund or budge can be (obsolete) austere or stiff, like scholastics.

Hotfoot vs Bolt - What's the difference?

hotfoot | bolt | Related terms |

Hotfoot is a related term of bolt.


As nouns the difference between hotfoot and bolt

is that hotfoot is (us) the prank of secretly inserting a match between the sole and upper of a victim's shoe and then lighting it while bolt is (land covered by trees).

As an adverb hotfoot

is (british) hastily; without delay.

Bolt vs Fled - What's the difference?

bolt | fled |


As a noun bolt

is (land covered by trees).

As a verb fled is

(flee).

Bolt vs Saunter - What's the difference?

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Bolt is a related term of saunter.


As nouns the difference between bolt and saunter

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while saunter is a leisurely walk or stroll.

As a verb saunter is

to stroll, or walk at a leisurely pace.

Bolt vs Stir - What's the difference?

bolt | stir | Related terms |

Bolt is a related term of stir.


As nouns the difference between bolt and stir

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while stir is scorpion.

Bolt vs Hobble - What's the difference?

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Bolt is a related term of hobble.


As nouns the difference between bolt and hobble

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while hobble is short straps tied between the legs of unfenced horses, allowing them to wander short distances but preventing them from running off.

As a verb hobble is

to fetter by tying the legs; to restrict (a horse) with hobbles.

Bolt vs Fling - What's the difference?

bolt | fling | Related terms |

Bolt is a related term of fling.


As nouns the difference between bolt and fling

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while fling is an act of throwing, often violently.

As a verb fling is

to throw with violence or quick movement; to hurl.

Whisk vs Bolt - What's the difference?

whisk | bolt | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of bolt.


As nouns the difference between whisk and bolt

is that whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist while bolt is (land covered by trees).

As a verb whisk

is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

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