club

What is the difference between club and maul?

club | maul | Synonyms |

Club is a synonym of maul.


As nouns the difference between club and maul

is that club is a heavy stick intended for use as a weapon while maul is a heavy long-handled hammer, used for splitting logs by driving a wedge into it, or in combat.

As verbs the difference between club and maul

is that club is to hit with a club while maul is to handle someone or something in a rough way.

What is the difference between club and toe?

club | toe |


As nouns the difference between club and toe

is that club is a heavy stick intended for use as a weapon while toe is each of the five digits on the end of the foot.

As verbs the difference between club and toe

is that club is to hit with a club while toe is to furnish with a toe.

What is the difference between club and financial?

club | financial |


As a noun club

is a heavy stick intended for use as a weapon.

As a verb club

is to hit with a club.

As a adjective financial is

related to finances.

What is the difference between antonym and club?

antonym | club |


As nouns the difference between antonym and club

is that antonym is (semantics) a word which has the opposite meaning of another, although not necessarily in all its senses while club is a heavy stick intended for use as a weapon.

As a verb club is

to hit with a club.

What is the difference between club and meat?

club | meat |


As nouns the difference between club and meat

is that club is a heavy stick intended for use as a weapon while meat is {{context|now|_|archaic|dialectal|lang=en}} food, for animals or humans, especially solid food see also (meat and drink) {{defdate|from 8th c}}.

As a verb club

is to hit with a club.

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