carver

Marver vs Carver - What's the difference?

marver | carver |


As a noun marver

is (glassblowing) a flat heat-proof surface, on which a gather of glass is rolled into shape.

As a verb marver

is to roll glass on a marver.

As a proper noun carver is

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Carver vs Carter - What's the difference?

carver | carter |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun carter is

(dated) a person who transports a load on a cart that is drawn by a beast of burden.

Carver vs Carvery - What's the difference?

carver | carvery |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun carvery is

a restaurant specializing in roast meat, particularly roast beef and sunday roast.

Carver vs Carves - What's the difference?

carver | carves |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a verb carves is

(carve).

Carver vs Carer - What's the difference?

carver | carer |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun carer is

someone who looks after another, either as a job or often through family responsibilities.

Carver vs Carder - What's the difference?

carver | carder |


As proper nouns the difference between carver and carder

is that carver is while carder is .

Calver vs Carver - What's the difference?

calver | carver |


As a noun calver

is a cow that produces young.

As a verb calver

is (obsolete|transitive) to cut into slices and pickle.

As a proper noun carver is

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Carvel vs Carver - What's the difference?

carvel | carver |


As a noun carvel

is (nautical) a small lateen-rigged mediterranean vessel with two masts, used to carry cargo.

As a proper noun carver is

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Carver vs Craver - What's the difference?

carver | craver |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun craver is

someone who craves something.

Carver vs Carper - What's the difference?

carver | carper |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun carper is

a person who habitually , who talks too much and regularly finds fault.

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