colley

Volley vs Colley - What's the difference?

volley | colley |


As a noun volley

is the simultaneous firing of a number of missiles or bullets; the projectiles so fired.

As a verb volley

is to fire a volley of shots.

As a proper noun colley is

.

Terms vs Colley - What's the difference?

terms | colley |


As a noun terms

is .

As a proper noun colley is

.

Colly vs Colley - What's the difference?

colly | colley |


As an adjective colly

is (british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly

is (archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly

is (british|dialect) soot.

As a proper noun colley is

.

Colley vs Cooley - What's the difference?

colley | cooley |


In surname|lang=en terms the difference between colley and cooley

is that colley is while cooley is .

As proper nouns the difference between colley and cooley

is that colley is while cooley is .

Coley vs Colley - What's the difference?

coley | colley |


As a noun coley

is coalfish, pollachius virens .

As a proper noun colley is

.

Colled vs Colley - What's the difference?

colled | colley |


As a verb colled

is (coll).

As a proper noun colley is

.

Colley vs Collet - What's the difference?

colley | collet |


As proper nouns the difference between colley and collet

is that colley is while collet is .