bulker

Bulker - What does it mean?

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Bunker vs Bulker - What's the difference?

bunker | bulker |


As nouns the difference between bunker and bulker

is that bunker is bunker while bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

Bulker vs Busker - What's the difference?

bulker | busker |


As nouns the difference between bulker and busker

is that bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship while busker is (australia|new zealand|british|canada) a person who makes money by passing the hat (soliciting donations) while entertaining the public (often by playing a musical instrument) on the streets or in other public area such as a park or market.

Bulkier vs Bulker - What's the difference?

bulkier | bulker |


As an adjective bulkier

is (bulky).

As a noun bulker is

(nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

Bulder vs Bulker - What's the difference?

bulder | bulker |


As nouns the difference between bulder and bulker

is that bulder is bouldering while bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

Bucker vs Bulker - What's the difference?

bucker | bulker |


As nouns the difference between bucker and bulker

is that bucker is a horse or other animal that bucks while bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

Baulker vs Bulker - What's the difference?

baulker | bulker |


As nouns the difference between baulker and bulker

is that baulker is someone who baulks while bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

Bulker vs Bilker - What's the difference?

bulker | bilker |


As nouns the difference between bulker and bilker

is that bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship while bilker is a cheat, especially one who evades payment.

Bulker vs Balker - What's the difference?

bulker | balker |


As nouns the difference between bulker and balker

is that bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship while balker is one who, or that which balks.

Bulger vs Bulker - What's the difference?

bulger | bulker |


As nouns the difference between bulger and bulker

is that bulger is (golf) a driver or a brassy with a convex face while bulker is (nautical) a bulk dry goods cargo ship.

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