cere

Cere vs Concerned - What's the difference?

cere | concerned |


As a noun cere

is face.

As an adjective concerned is

showing concern.

As a verb concerned is

(concern).

Cere vs Waxy - What's the difference?

cere | waxy |


As a noun cere

is face.

As an adjective waxy is

resembling wax in texture or appearance or waxy can be (regional|colloquial) angry.

Cere vs Beak - What's the difference?

cere | beak |


As nouns the difference between cere and beak

is that cere is face while beak is anatomical uses .

As a verb beak is

strike with the beak.

Cered vs Cere - What's the difference?

cered | cere |


As a verb cered

is (cere).

As a noun cere is

face.

Cero vs Cere - What's the difference?

cero | cere |


As a verb cero

is .

As a noun cere is

face.

Cere vs Cepe - What's the difference?

cere | cepe |


As nouns the difference between cere and cepe

is that cere is face while cepe is a cep (type of mushroom).

Rere vs Cere - What's the difference?

rere | cere |


As nouns the difference between rere and cere

is that rere is (all meanings) while cere is face.

Cere vs Yere - What's the difference?

cere | yere |


As a noun cere

is face.

As a pronoun yere is

(irish) your (plural); of ye, belonging to ye.

Cete vs Cere - What's the difference?

cete | cere |


As nouns the difference between cete and cere

is that cete is (rare) a cetacean while cere is face.

Bere vs Cere - What's the difference?

bere | cere |


As nouns the difference between bere and cere

is that bere is (chiefly|scotland) barley, especially (six-rowed barley) while cere is face.

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