clew

Loop vs Clew - What's the difference?

loop | clew |


As nouns the difference between loop and clew

is that loop is a length of thread, line or rope that is doubled over to make an opening while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between loop and clew

is that loop is to form something into a loop while clew is to roll into a ball.

Metal vs Clew - What's the difference?

metal | clew |


As nouns the difference between metal and clew

is that metal is (lb) chemical elements or alloys, and the mines where their ores come from while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between metal and clew

is that metal is to make a road using crushed rock, stones etc while clew is to roll into a ball.

As a adjective metal

is (music) characterized by strong, fast drum-beats and distorted guitars.

Trimming vs Clew - What's the difference?

trimming | clew |


As nouns the difference between trimming and clew

is that trimming is the act of someone who trims while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between trimming and clew

is that trimming is while clew is to roll into a ball.

Sheet vs Clew - What's the difference?

sheet | clew |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between sheet and clew

is that sheet is (nautical) to trim a sail using a sheet while clew is (nautical) (transitive and intransitive) to raise the lower corner(s) of (a sail).

As nouns the difference between sheet and clew

is that sheet is a thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between sheet and clew

is that sheet is to cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material while clew is to roll into a ball.

Corner vs Clew - What's the difference?

corner | clew |


As nouns the difference between corner and clew

is that corner is the point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between corner and clew

is that corner is to drive (someone) into a corner or other confined space while clew is to roll into a ball.

Sail vs Clew - What's the difference?

sail | clew |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between sail and clew

is that sail is (nautical) a piece of fabric attached to a boat and arranged such that it causes the wind to drive the boat along the sail may be attached to the boat via a combination of mast, spars and ropes while clew is (nautical) (transitive and intransitive) to raise the lower corner(s) of (a sail).

As nouns the difference between sail and clew

is that sail is (nautical) a piece of fabric attached to a boat and arranged such that it causes the wind to drive the boat along the sail may be attached to the boat via a combination of mast, spars and ropes while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between sail and clew

is that sail is to be impelled or driven forward by the action of wind upon sails, as a ship on water; to be impelled on a body of water by steam or other power while clew is to roll into a ball.

Clue vs Clew - What's the difference?

clue | clew |


As nouns the difference between clue and clew

is that clue is a strand of yarn etc as used to guide one through a labyrinth; something which points the way, a guide while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between clue and clew

is that clue is to provide with a clue while clew is to roll into a ball.

Lower vs Clew - What's the difference?

lower | clew |


As verbs the difference between lower and clew

is that lower is to let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down or lower can be while clew is to roll into a ball.

As a adjective lower

is (low).

As a adverb lower

is .

As a noun clew is

(obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

Labyrinth vs Clew - What's the difference?

labyrinth | clew |


As nouns the difference between labyrinth and clew

is that labyrinth is a maze, especially underground or covered while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between labyrinth and clew

is that labyrinth is to enclose in a labyrinth, or as though in a labyrinth while clew is to roll into a ball.

Maze vs Clew - What's the difference?

maze | clew |


As nouns the difference between maze and clew

is that maze is a labyrinth; a puzzle consisting of a complicated network of paths or passages, the aim of which is to find one's way while clew is (obsolete) a roughly spherical mass or body.

As verbs the difference between maze and clew

is that maze is to amaze, astonish, bewilder while clew is to roll into a ball.

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