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Land vs Boor - What's the difference?

land | boor |


As nouns the difference between land and boor

is that land is the part of earth which is not covered by oceans or other bodies of water or land can be lant; urine while boor is a peasant.

As a verb land

is to descend to a surface, especially from the air.

As an adjective land

is of or relating to land.

Boor vs Swad - What's the difference?

boor | swad |


As nouns the difference between boor and swad

is that boor is a peasant while swad is a bunch, clump, mass.

Boor vs Caveman - What's the difference?

boor | caveman | Synonyms |

Boor is a synonym of caveman.


As nouns the difference between boor and caveman

is that boor is a peasant while caveman is an early human or closely related species, popularly held to reside in caves.

Boor vs Hick - What's the difference?

boor | hick | Synonyms |

Boor is a synonym of hick.


As nouns the difference between boor and hick

is that boor is a peasant while hick is (pejorative) an awkward, naive, clumsy and/or rude country person.

As a verb hick is

to hiccup.

Boor vs Bigot - What's the difference?

boor | bigot |


As nouns the difference between boor and bigot

is that boor is a peasant while bigot is (derogatory) one who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices.

Boor vs Bore - What's the difference?

boor | bore |


As nouns the difference between boor and bore

is that boor is a peasant while bore is a hole drilled or milled through something or bore can be a sudden and rapid flow of tide in certain rivers and estuaries which rolls up as a wave; an eagre.

As a verb bore is

(senseid)to make a hole through something or bore can be (bear).

Boor vs Kern - What's the difference?

boor | kern |


As nouns the difference between boor and kern

is that boor is a peasant while kern is (obsolete|or|dialect) a corn; grain; kernel or kern can be any part of a letter which extends into the space used by another letter or kern can be a light-armed foot soldier of the ancient militia of ireland and scotland; in archaic contexts often used as a term of contempt or kern can be (quern) or kern can be a churn.

As a verb kern is

to adjust the horizontal space between selected pairs of letters (characters or glyphs); to perform such adjustments to a portion of text, according to preset rules.

Boorishness vs Boor - What's the difference?

boorishness | boor |

Boorishness is a related term of boor.


As nouns the difference between boorishness and boor

is that boorishness is the state or characteristic of being a boor or of being boorish; boorish behaviour while boor is a peasant.

Boorish vs Boor - What's the difference?

boorish | boor |

Boorish is a related term of boor.


As a adjective boorish

is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

As a noun boor is

a peasant.

Boorishly vs Boor - What's the difference?

boorishly | boor | Related terms |

Boor is a related term of boorishly.

Boorishly is a related term of boor.


As a adverb boorishly

is in a boorish manner; uncultured.

As a noun boor is

a peasant.

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