carex

Caret vs Carex - What's the difference?

caret | carex |


As nouns the difference between caret and carex

is that caret is a mark: ⟨  ⟩ used by writers and proof readers to indicate that something is to be inserted in the place marked by the caret or caret can be a kind of turtle, the hawksbill while carex is any member of the genus carex of sedges.

Carex vs Carer - What's the difference?

carex | carer |


As nouns the difference between carex and carer

is that carex is any member of the genus carex of sedges while carer is someone who looks after another, either as a job or often through family responsibilities.

Cared vs Carex - What's the difference?

cared | carex |


As a verb cared

is (care).

As a noun carex is

any member of the genus carex of sedges.

Carex vs Cares - What's the difference?

carex | cares |


As a noun carex

is any member of the genus carex of sedges.

As a verb cares is

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Care vs Carex - What's the difference?

care | carex |


As nouns the difference between care and carex

is that care is tear, rift, crack while carex is any member of the genus carex of sedges.

Genus vs Carex - What's the difference?

genus | carex |


As nouns the difference between genus and carex

is that genus is while carex is any member of the genus carex of sedges.

Carex vs Sedge - What's the difference?

carex | sedge |


As nouns the difference between carex and sedge

is that carex is any member of the genus carex of sedges while sedge is any plant of the genus carex , the true sedges, perennial, endogenous herbs, often growing in dense tufts in marshy places they have triangular jointless stems, a spiked inflorescence, and long grasslike leaves which are usually rough on the margins and midrib there are several hundred species or sedge can be (siege).