copsy

Mopsy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

mopsy | copsy |


As a noun mopsy

is a moppet .

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Popsy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

popsy | copsy |


As a noun popsy

is (informal) grandfather or popsy can be (uk|slang|dated) a girl.

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Terms vs Copsy - What's the difference?

terms | copsy |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Cops vs Copsy - What's the difference?

cops | copsy |


As a noun cops

is .

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Copsy vs Copse - What's the difference?

copsy | copse |


As an adjective copsy

is characterized by copses.

As a noun copse is

a thicket of small trees or shrubs.

As a verb copse is

(horticulture) to trim or cut.

Topsy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

topsy | copsy |


As a noun topsy

is something or someone who figuratively grows without control or intention.

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Oopsy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

oopsy | copsy |


As an interjection oopsy

is diminutive form of oops .

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Copsy vs Copay - What's the difference?

copsy | copay |


As an adjective copsy

is characterized by copses.

As a verb copay is

to jointly pay with another or others.

As a noun copay is

a copayment.

Copy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

copy | copsy |


As a noun copy

is the result of copying; an identical duplicate of an original.

As a verb copy

is (label) to produce an object identical to a given object.

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

Cosy vs Copsy - What's the difference?

cosy | copsy |


As adjectives the difference between cosy and copsy

is that cosy is affording comfort and warmth; snug; social while copsy is characterized by copses.

As a noun cosy

is a padded or knit covering put on an item to keep it warm, especially a teapot or egg.

As a verb cosy

is to become snug and comfortable.