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Butter vs People - What's the difference?

butter | people |


As nouns the difference between butter and people

is that butter is butter while people is ; a body of human beings considered generally or collectively; a group of two or more persons.

As a verb people is

to stock with people or inhabitants; to fill as with people; to populate.

Moose vs Butter - What's the difference?

moose | butter |


As nouns the difference between moose and butter

is that moose is while butter is butter.

Butter vs Handsome - What's the difference?

butter | handsome |


As a noun butter

is butter.

As an adjective handsome is

(obsolete|said of things and people) dexterous; skillful.

As a verb handsome is

(obsolete) to render handsome.

Butter vs Magazine - What's the difference?

butter | magazine |


As nouns the difference between butter and magazine

is that butter is butter while magazine is "magazines".

Butter vs Anemone - What's the difference?

butter | anemone |


As nouns the difference between butter and anemone

is that butter is butter while anemone is (label).

Vanaspati vs Butter - What's the difference?

vanaspati | butter |


As nouns the difference between vanaspati and butter

is that vanaspati is (botany) the entire plant kingdom or trees that bear fruits but no evident flowers while butter is butter.

Glance vs Butter - What's the difference?

glance | butter |


As nouns the difference between glance and butter

is that glance is a brief or cursory look while butter is butter.

As a verb glance

is to look briefly (at something).

Butter vs Suet - What's the difference?

butter | suet |


As nouns the difference between butter and suet

is that butter is butter while suet is the fatty tissue that surrounds and protects the kidneys; that of sheep and cattle is used in cooking and in making tallow.

Chesse vs Butter - What's the difference?

chesse | butter |


As nouns the difference between chesse and butter

is that chesse is while butter is butter.

Butter vs Bayer - What's the difference?

butter | bayer |


As a noun butter

is butter.

As a verb bayer is

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