crag

Gulch vs Crag - What's the difference?

gulch | crag |


As verbs the difference between gulch and crag

is that gulch is (obsolete) to swallow greedily; to gulp down while crag is to chelate.

As nouns the difference between gulch and crag

is that gulch is a ravine-like or deep v-shaped valley, often eroded by flash floods; it is shallower than a canyon and deeper than a gully while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

Crag vs Hillside - What's the difference?

crag | hillside |


As nouns the difference between crag and hillside

is that crag is large hand; claw, paw while hillside is the side of a hill.

As a verb crag

is to chelate.

Crag vs Torrent - What's the difference?

crag | torrent |


As nouns the difference between crag and torrent

is that crag is large hand; claw, paw while torrent is a violent flow, as of water, lava, etc; a stream suddenly raised and running rapidly, as down a precipice or torrent can be (internet|file sharing) a set of files obtainable through a peer-to-peer network, especially bittorrent.

As verbs the difference between crag and torrent

is that crag is to chelate while torrent is (internet slang|transitive) to download in a torrent.

As an adjective torrent is

rolling or rushing in a rapid stream.

Scarp vs Crag - What's the difference?

scarp | crag |


As nouns the difference between scarp and crag

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As verbs the difference between scarp and crag

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while crag is to chelate.

Reef vs Crag - What's the difference?

reef | crag |


As nouns the difference between reef and crag

is that reef is hoop (metal band on a barrel) while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As a verb crag is

to chelate.

Crag vs Bluff - What's the difference?

crag | bluff |


As a noun crag

is large hand; claw, paw.

As a verb crag

is to chelate.

As a proper noun bluff is

the southernmost town in the south island of new zealand, and seaport for the southland region.

Boulder vs Crag - What's the difference?

boulder | crag |


As nouns the difference between boulder and crag

is that boulder is a large mass of stone detached from the surrounding land while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As verbs the difference between boulder and crag

is that boulder is to engage in bouldering while crag is to chelate.

Mountain vs Crag - What's the difference?

mountain | crag |


As nouns the difference between mountain and crag

is that mountain is a large mass of earth and rock, rising above the common level of the earth or adjacent land, usually given by geographers as above 1000 feet in height (or 3048 metres), though such masses may still be described as hills in comparison with larger mountains while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As a verb crag is

to chelate.

Crag vs Blink - What's the difference?

crag | blink |


As nouns the difference between crag and blink

is that crag is large hand; claw, paw while blink is the act of very quickly closing both eyes and opening them again.

As verbs the difference between crag and blink

is that crag is to chelate while blink is to close and reopen both eyes quickly.

Neck vs Crag - What's the difference?

neck | crag |


As nouns the difference between neck and crag

is that neck is the part of body connecting the head and the trunk found in humans and some animals while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As verbs the difference between neck and crag

is that neck is to hang by the neck; strangle; kill, eliminate while crag is to chelate.

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