bust

Bust vs Beat - What's the difference?

bust | beat |


As verbs the difference between bust and beat

is that bust is while beat is .

Bust vs Bustling - What's the difference?

bust | bustling |


As verbs the difference between bust and bustling

is that bust is while bustling is .

As a noun bustling is

a bustle; a busy stir.

Bust vs Row - What's the difference?

bust | row |


As a verb bust

is .

As a noun row is

trench, ditch.

Bust vs Fling - What's the difference?

bust | fling |


As verbs the difference between bust and fling

is that bust is while fling is to throw with violence or quick movement; to hurl.

As a noun fling is

an act of throwing, often violently.

Bust vs Throw - What's the difference?

bust | throw |


As verbs the difference between bust and throw

is that bust is while throw is to hurl; to cause an object to move rapidly through the air.

As a noun throw is

the flight of a thrown object; as, a fast throw or throw can be pain, especially pain associated with childbirth; throe or throw can be (obsolete) a moment, time, occasion or throw can be .

Bust vs Collapse - What's the difference?

bust | collapse |


As verbs the difference between bust and collapse

is that bust is while collapse is to fall down suddenly; to cave in.

As a noun collapse is

the act of collapsing.

Bust vs Wait - What's the difference?

bust | wait |


As a verb bust

is .

As an adjective wait is

far.

As an adverb wait is

far.

Bust vs Brake - What's the difference?

bust | brake |


As verbs the difference between bust and brake

is that bust is while brake is to bruise and crush; to knead or brake can be to operate (a) brake(s) or brake can be (lb) (break).

As a noun brake is

a fern; bracken or brake can be a thicket, or an area overgrown with briers etc or brake can be a tool used for breaking flax or hemp or brake can be (label) an ancient engine of war analogous to the crossbow and ballista or brake can be (obsolete) a cage.

Bust vs Monument - What's the difference?

bust | monument |


As a verb bust

is .

As a noun monument is

monument.

Effigy vs Bust - What's the difference?

effigy | bust |


As a noun effigy

is a dummy or other crude representation of a person, group or object that is hated.

As a verb bust is

.

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