costumed

Costumes vs Costumed - What's the difference?

costumes | costumed |


As verbs the difference between costumes and costumed

is that costumes is (costume) while costumed is (costume).

As a noun costumes

is .

As an adjective costumed is

wearing a costume; disguised.

Costumey vs Costumed - What's the difference?

costumey | costumed |


As adjectives the difference between costumey and costumed

is that costumey is (slang|of clothing) overly elaborate, like a costume while costumed is wearing a costume; disguised.

As a verb costumed is

(costume).

Costumer vs Costumed - What's the difference?

costumer | costumed |


As a noun costumer

is a person who designs, makes or supplies theatrical costumes; a costumier.

As a verb costumed is

(costume).

As an adjective costumed is

wearing a costume; disguised.

Costume vs Costumed - What's the difference?

costume | costumed |


As verbs the difference between costume and costumed

is that costume is to dress or adorn with a costume or appropriate garb while costumed is (costume).

As a noun costume

is a style of dress, including garments, accessories and hairstyle, especially as characteristic of a particular country, period or people.

As an adjective costumed is

wearing a costume; disguised.