choak

Choke vs Choak - What's the difference?

choke | choak |


As verbs the difference between choke and choak

is that choke is to be unable to breathe because of obstruction of the windpipe, for instance food or other objects that go down the wrong way while choak is .

As a noun choke

is a control on a carburetor to adjust the air/fuel mixture when the engine is cold.

Choak vs Occlude - What's the difference?

choak | occlude |


As verbs the difference between choak and occlude

is that choak is while occlude is to obstruct, cover, or otherwise block an opening.

Terms vs Choak - What's the difference?

terms | choak |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb choak is

.

Choak vs Cloak - What's the difference?

choak | cloak |


As verbs the difference between choak and cloak

is that choak is while cloak is to cover as with a cloak.

As a noun cloak is

a long outer garment worn over the shoulders covering the back; a cape, often with a hood.

Choak vs Choad - What's the difference?

choak | choad |


As a verb choak

is .

As a noun choad is

(vulgar|slang) a penis, especially one that is short and thick.

Croak vs Choak - What's the difference?

croak | choak |


As verbs the difference between croak and choak

is that croak is to make a croak while choak is .

As a noun croak

is a faint, harsh sound made in the throat.

Coak vs Choak - What's the difference?

coak | choak |


As verbs the difference between coak and choak

is that coak is to unite (timbers etc) by means of tenons or dowels in the edges or face while choak is .

As a noun coak

is a wooden dowel.

Choak vs Choake - What's the difference?

choak | choake |


As verbs the difference between choak and choake

is that choak is while choake is .

As a noun choake is

.

Choak vs Chowk - What's the difference?

choak | chowk |


As a verb choak

is .

As a noun chowk is

an intersection where tracks or roads cross (often used in place names).

Choak vs Chock - What's the difference?

choak | chock |


As verbs the difference between choak and chock

is that choak is while chock is to stop or fasten, as with a wedge, or block; to scotch or chock can be (obsolete) to encounter or chock can be to make a dull sound.

As a noun chock is

any wooden block used as a wedge or filler or chock can be (obsolete) an encounter.

As an adverb chock is

(nautical) entirely; quite.

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