chard

Chard vs Spinach - What's the difference?

chard | spinach |


As a proper noun chard

is a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

As a noun spinach is

a particular edible plant, spinacia oleracea , or its leaves.

Chard vs Sherd - What's the difference?

chard | sherd |


As a proper noun chard

is a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

As a noun sherd is

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Chard vs Grove - What's the difference?

chard | grove |


As proper nouns the difference between chard and grove

is that chard is a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border while grove is for someone who lived near a grove.

Chared vs Chard - What's the difference?

chared | chard |


As a verb chared

is (chare).

As a proper noun chard is

a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

Chary vs Chard - What's the difference?

chary | chard |


As an adjective chary

is (obsolete) sad; sorrowful; grievous.

As a proper noun chard is

a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

Echard vs Chard - What's the difference?

echard | chard |


As a noun echard

is (dated) the portion of water in a sample of soil that is not available to vegetation.

As a proper noun chard is

a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

Chard vs Charr - What's the difference?

chard | charr |


As a proper noun chard

is a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

As a noun charr is

(fish).

Chare vs Chard - What's the difference?

chare | chard |


As a noun chare

is .

As a verb chare

is to work by the day, without being a regularly hired servant; to do small jobs; to char.

As a proper noun chard is

a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

Chard vs Chad - What's the difference?

chard | chad |


As a proper noun chard

is a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

As a noun chad is

(uncountable) small pieces of paper punched out from the edges of continuous stationery, punched cards, paper tape etc.

Chart vs Chard - What's the difference?

chart | chard |


As a noun chart

is a map.

As a verb chart

is to draw a chart or map of.

As a proper noun chard is

a town and civil parish in somerset, england, near the devon border.

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