cave

Sinkhole vs Cave - What's the difference?

sinkhole | cave |


As a noun sinkhole

is (geology) a hole formed in soluble rock by the action of water, serving to conduct surface water to an underground passage.

As a proper noun cave is

.

Cave vs Nest - What's the difference?

cave | nest |


As a proper noun cave

is .

As a noun nest is

native english-speaking teacher.

Cave vs Cab - What's the difference?

cave | cab |


As a proper noun cave

is .

As an initialism cab is

(us) (civil aeronautics board).

Furrow vs Cave - What's the difference?

furrow | cave | Related terms |

Furrow is a related term of cave.


As a noun furrow

is a trench cut in the soil, as when plowed in order to plant a crop.

As a verb furrow

is to make (a) groove, a cut(s) in (the ground etc).

As a proper noun cave is

.

Canyon vs Cave - What's the difference?

canyon | cave |


As a noun canyon

is canyon.

As a proper noun cave is

.

Banana vs Cave - What's the difference?

banana | cave |


As a proper noun cave is

.

Dig vs Cave - What's the difference?

dig | cave |


As a noun dig

is ditch, dyke.

As a proper noun cave is

.

Opening vs Cave - What's the difference?

opening | cave |


As a verb opening

is .

As a noun opening

is an act or instance of making or becoming open.

As an adjective opening

is (cricket).

As a proper noun cave is

.

Cave vs Alcove - What's the difference?

cave | alcove |


As a proper noun cave

is .

As a noun alcove is

alcove.

Cave vs Houses - What's the difference?

cave | houses |


As a proper noun cave

is .

As a noun houses is

.

As a verb houses is

(house).

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