burrow

What is the difference between burrow and ferret?

burrow | ferret |


As nouns the difference between burrow and ferret

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while ferret is an often domesticated mammal rather like a weasel, descended from the polecat and often trained to hunt burrowing animals or ferret can be (dated) a tape of silk, cotton, or ribbon, used to tie documents.

As verbs the difference between burrow and ferret

is that burrow is to dig a tunnel or hole while ferret is to hunt game with ferrets.

What is the difference between burrow and earth?

burrow | earth |


As nouns the difference between burrow and earth

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while earth is (uncountable) soil.

As verbs the difference between burrow and earth

is that burrow is to dig a tunnel or hole while earth is (british) to connect electrically to the earth .

As a proper noun earth is

our planet, third out from the sun; see main entry earth.

What is the difference between burrow and clapper?

burrow | clapper |


As nouns the difference between burrow and clapper

is that burrow is a tunnel or hole, often as dug by a small creature while clapper is one who claps or clapper can be (obsolete) a rabbit burrow.

As verbs the difference between burrow and clapper

is that burrow is to dig a tunnel or hole while clapper is to ring a bell by pulling a rope attached to the clapper.

What is the difference between pointer and burrow?

pointer | burrow |


As nouns the difference between pointer and burrow

is that pointer is anything that points or is used for pointing 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.

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