chick

Broad vs Chick - What's the difference?

broad | chick |


As nouns the difference between broad and chick

is that broad is (dated) a prostitute, a woman of loose morals while chick is a young bird.

As an adjective broad

is wide in extent or scope.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Doll - What's the difference?

chick | doll |


As a noun chick

is a young bird.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As a proper noun doll is

a diminutive of the female given name dorothy.

Chick vs Lad - What's the difference?

chick | lad |


As nouns the difference between chick and lad

is that chick is a young bird while lad is lady.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Grownup - What's the difference?

chick | grownup |


As nouns the difference between chick and grownup

is that chick is a young bird while grownup is an adult.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As an adjective grownup is

of, pertaining to, or suitable for adults.

Chick vs Classy - What's the difference?

chick | classy |


As a noun chick

is a young bird.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As an adjective classy is

elegant, highly stylish or fashionable.

Fashionable vs Chick - What's the difference?

fashionable | chick |


As nouns the difference between fashionable and chick

is that fashionable is a person; a fop while chick is a young bird.

As an adjective fashionable

is characteristic of or influenced by a current popular trend or style.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Girl - What's the difference?

chick | girl |


As a noun chick

is a young bird.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As a proper noun girl is

(astronomy) a chinese constellation located near aquarius, one of the 28 lunar mansions and part of the black turtle.

Dude vs Chick - What's the difference?

dude | chick |


As nouns the difference between dude and chick

is that dude is gum or dude can be ripe blackberry while chick is a young bird.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Equal - What's the difference?

chick | equal |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between chick and equal

is that chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate while equal is (obsolete) state of being equal; equality.

As nouns the difference between chick and equal

is that chick is a young bird while equal is a person or thing of equal status to others.

As verbs the difference between chick and equal

is that chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate while equal is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.

As an adjective equal is

(label) the same in all respects.

Wrong vs Chick - What's the difference?

wrong | chick |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wrong and chick

is that wrong is (obsolete) twisted; wry while chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As nouns the difference between wrong and chick

is that wrong is something that is immoral or not good while chick is a young bird.

As verbs the difference between wrong and chick

is that wrong is to treat unjustly; to injure or harm while chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As an adjective wrong

is incorrect or untrue.

As an adverb wrong

is (informal) in a way that isn't right; done incorrectly; wrongly.

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