chased

Chased vs Hunt - What's the difference?

chased | hunt |


As a verb chased

is (chase).

As a proper noun hunt is

for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

Chased vs Hunted - What's the difference?

chased | hunted |


As verbs the difference between chased and hunted

is that chased is (chase) while hunted is (hunt).

As an adjective hunted is

being the subject of a hunt.

Chased vs Expel - What's the difference?

chased | expel |


As verbs the difference between chased and expel

is that chased is (chase) while expel is to eject or erupt.

Chased vs Swept - What's the difference?

chased | swept |


As verbs the difference between chased and swept

is that chased is (chase) while swept is (sweep).

Crossed vs Chased - What's the difference?

crossed | chased |


As verbs the difference between crossed and chased

is that crossed is (cross) while chased is (chase).

Pursued vs Chased - What's the difference?

pursued | chased |


As verbs the difference between pursued and chased

is that pursued is (pursue) while chased is (chase).

Chased vs Chawed - What's the difference?

chased | chawed |


As verbs the difference between chased and chawed

is that chased is (chase) while chawed is (chaw), ie nonstandard variant of chewed.

Cased vs Chased - What's the difference?

cased | chased |


As verbs the difference between cased and chased

is that cased is (case) while chased is (chase).

As an adjective cased

is having a case or covering; encased or clad.

Chassed vs Chased - What's the difference?

chassed | chased |


As verbs the difference between chassed and chased

is that chassed is (chasse) while chased is (chase).

Phased vs Chased - What's the difference?

phased | chased |


As verbs the difference between phased and chased

is that phased is (phase) while chased is (chase).

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