coast

Spend vs Coast - What's the difference?

spend | coast |


As verbs the difference between spend and coast

is that spend is to pay out (money) while coast is to glide along without adding energy.

As nouns the difference between spend and coast

is that spend is amount spent (during a period), expenditure while coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

Coast vs Shores - What's the difference?

coast | shores |


As nouns the difference between coast and shores

is that coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something while shores is .

As verbs the difference between coast and shores

is that coast is to glide along without adding energy while shores is (shore).

Horizon vs Coast - What's the difference?

horizon | coast |


As nouns the difference between horizon and coast

is that horizon is the horizontal line that appears to separate the earth from the sky while coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

As a verb coast is

to glide along without adding energy.

Coast vs Valley - What's the difference?

coast | valley |


As a noun coast

is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

As a verb coast

is to glide along without adding energy.

As a proper noun valley is

the san fernando valley in southern california.

Coast vs Bake - What's the difference?

coast | bake |


As nouns the difference between coast and bake

is that coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something while bake is nautical traffic sign or buoy.

As a verb coast

is to glide along without adding energy.

Coast vs Sand - What's the difference?

coast | sand |


As verbs the difference between coast and sand

is that coast is to glide along without adding energy while sand is .

As a noun coast

is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

Coast vs Null - What's the difference?

coast | null |


As nouns the difference between coast and null

is that coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As a verb coast

is to glide along without adding energy.

Coast vs Slouch - What's the difference?

coast | slouch | Related terms |

Coast is a related term of slouch.


In lang=en terms the difference between coast and slouch

is that coast is to glide along without adding energy while slouch is to walk in a clumsy, lazy manner.

As nouns the difference between coast and slouch

is that coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something while slouch is a hanging down of the head; a drooping posture; a limp appearance.

As verbs the difference between coast and slouch

is that coast is to glide along without adding energy while slouch is to hang or droop; to adopt a limp posture.

Lumber vs Coast - What's the difference?

lumber | coast | Related terms |

Lumber is a related term of coast.


In lang=en terms the difference between lumber and coast

is that lumber is to load down with things, to fill, to encumber while coast is to glide along without adding energy.

As nouns the difference between lumber and coast

is that lumber is (uncountable) wood intended as a building material while coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

As verbs the difference between lumber and coast

is that lumber is to move clumsily while coast is to glide along without adding energy.

Foreshore vs Coast - What's the difference?

foreshore | coast |


As nouns the difference between foreshore and coast

is that foreshore is the part of a shore between high water and low water, especially the beach exposed at maximum ebb spring tides while coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something.

As a verb coast is

to glide along without adding energy.

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