moister

Moisturize vs Moister - What's the difference?

moisturize | moister |


As a verb moisturize

is to make more moist.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Humid vs Moister - What's the difference?

humid | moister |


As adjectives the difference between humid and moister

is that humid is containing sensible moisture (usually describing air or atmosphere); damp; moist; somewhat wet or watery; as, humid earth; consisting of water or vapor while moister is (moist).

Moisture vs Moister - What's the difference?

moisture | moister |


As a noun moisture

is a moderate degree of wetness.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Moister vs Whither - What's the difference?

moister | whither |


As an adjective moister

is (moist).

As an adverb whither is

(literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a verb whither is

(intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

Foister vs Moister - What's the difference?

foister | moister |


As a noun foister

is one who foists; a falsifier.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Meister vs Moister - What's the difference?

meister | moister |


As a noun meister

is a person of great skill or authority in a particular field.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Moister vs Mister - What's the difference?

moister | mister |


As an adjective moister

is (moist).

As a noun mister is

mister (title conferred on an adult male), especially when referring to anglophones.

Moister vs Roister - What's the difference?

moister | roister |


As an adjective moister

is (moist).

As a verb roister is

to engage in noisy, drunken, or riotous behavior.

As a noun roister is

(archaic) a roisterer.

Hoister vs Moister - What's the difference?

hoister | moister |


As a noun hoister

is one who, or that which, hoists.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Mobster vs Moister - What's the difference?

mobster | moister |


As a noun mobster

is a member of a mob or mafia.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

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