chicken

What is the difference between drivel and chicken?

drivel | chicken |


As nouns the difference between drivel and chicken

is that drivel is senseless talk; nonsense while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As verbs the difference between drivel and chicken

is that drivel is to have saliva drip from the mouth; to drool while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

What is the difference between rhubarb and chicken?

rhubarb | chicken |


As nouns the difference between rhubarb and chicken

is that rhubarb is any plant of the genus rheum , especially (taxlink), having large leaves and long green or reddish acidic leafstalks, that are edible, in particular when cooked (although the leaves are mildly poisonous) while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

As a verb chicken is

{{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

What is the difference between balderdash and chicken?

balderdash | chicken |


As nouns the difference between balderdash and chicken

is that balderdash is senseless talk or writing; nonsense while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As verbs the difference between balderdash and chicken

is that balderdash is to mix or adulterate while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

What is the difference between andiron and chicken?

andiron | chicken |


As nouns the difference between andiron and chicken

is that andiron is a utensil for supporting wood when burning in a fireplace, one being placed on each side; a firedog; as, a pair of andirons while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

As a verb chicken is

{{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

What is the difference between prattle and chicken?

prattle | chicken |


As verbs the difference between prattle and chicken

is that prattle is {{context|ambitransitive|lang=en}} to speak incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

As nouns the difference between prattle and chicken

is that prattle is silly, childish, talk; babble while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

What is the difference between poppycock and chicken?

poppycock | chicken |


As nouns the difference between poppycock and chicken

is that poppycock is {{context|colloquial|lang=en}} foolish talk; nonsense while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

As a verb chicken is

{{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

What is the difference between bull and chicken?

bull | chicken |


In context|intransitive|lang=en terms the difference between bull and chicken

is that bull is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to be in heat; to manifest sexual desire as cows do while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to develop physical or other characteristics resembling a chicken's, for example, bumps on the skin.

As nouns the difference between bull and chicken

is that bull is the uncastrated adult male of domesticated cattle or oxen or bull can be a papal bull, an official document or edict from the pope or bull can be a lie or bull can be {{context|16th century|obsolete|lang=en}} a bubble while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As adjectives the difference between bull and chicken

is that bull is large and strong, like a bull while chicken is cowardly.

As verbs the difference between bull and chicken

is that bull is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to force oneself (in a particular direction) or bull can be {{context|dated|17th century|lang=en}} to publish in a papal bull or bull can be to mock, cheat while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

What is the difference between slang and chicken?

slang | chicken |


As nouns the difference between slang and chicken

is that slang is language outside of conventional usage or slang can be {{context|uk|dialect|lang=en}} any long, narrow piece of land; a promontory while chicken is {{context|countable|lang=en}} a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young.

As verbs the difference between slang and chicken

is that slang is {{context|transitive|dated|lang=en}} to vocally abuse, or shout at or slang can be {{context|archaic|lang=en}} (sling) while chicken is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to avoid as a result of fear.

As a adjective chicken is

cowardly.

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