burrow

Bolster vs Burrow - What's the difference?

bolster | burrow |


As nouns the difference between bolster and burrow

is that bolster is a large cushion or pillow while burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As verbs the difference between bolster and burrow

is that bolster is to brace, reinforce, secure, or support while burrow is to dig a tunnel or hole.

Meadow vs Burrow - What's the difference?

meadow | burrow |


As a proper noun meadow

is a town in texas.

As a noun burrow is

a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow is

to dig a tunnel or hole.

Burrow vs Nidus - What's the difference?

burrow | nidus |


As nouns the difference between burrow and nidus

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while nidus is a nest for insects or small animals.

As a verb burrow

is to dig a tunnel or hole.

Donkey vs Burrow - What's the difference?

donkey | burrow |


As nouns the difference between donkey and burrow

is that donkey is a domestic animal, , similar to a horse while burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow is

to dig a tunnel or hole.

Burrow vs Shelter - What's the difference?

burrow | shelter |


As nouns the difference between burrow and shelter

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while shelter is a refuge, haven or other cover or protection from something.

As verbs the difference between burrow and shelter

is that burrow is to dig a tunnel or hole while shelter is to provide cover from damage or harassment; to shield; to protect.

Burrow vs Rate - What's the difference?

burrow | rate |


As nouns the difference between burrow and rate

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while rate is rot (process of something decaying or rotting ).

As a verb burrow

is to dig a tunnel or hole.

Claw vs Burrow - What's the difference?

claw | burrow |


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a noun burrow is

a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow is

to dig a tunnel or hole.

Burrow vs Creep - What's the difference?

burrow | creep |


As a noun burrow

is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow

is to dig a tunnel or hole.

As a proper noun creep is

(derogatory) the committee]] to re-elect the president, which raised money for [[w:richard nixon|richard nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection.

Buro vs Burrow - What's the difference?

buro | burrow |


As nouns the difference between buro and burrow

is that buro is office while burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow is

to dig a tunnel or hole.

Holt vs Burrow - What's the difference?

holt | burrow |


As a proper noun holt

is an english and north-west european topographic surname for someone who lived by a small wood.

As a noun burrow is

a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature.

As a verb burrow is

to dig a tunnel or hole.

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