crapple

Terms vs Crapple - What's the difference?

terms | crapple |


As nouns the difference between terms and crapple

is that terms is while crapple is (obsolete) a claw.

Crapple vs Scrapple - What's the difference?

crapple | scrapple |


As nouns the difference between crapple and scrapple

is that crapple is (obsolete) a claw while scrapple is a tool for scraping or scrapple can be a mush of pork scraps, particularly head parts, and cornmeal or flour, which is boiled and poured into a mold, where the rendered gelatinous broth from cooking jells the mixture into a loaf.

Craple vs Crapple - What's the difference?

craple | crapple |


As nouns the difference between craple and crapple

is that craple is while crapple is (obsolete) a claw.

Grapple vs Crapple - What's the difference?

grapple | crapple |


As nouns the difference between grapple and crapple

is that grapple is (nautical) a device consisting of iron claws, attached to the end of a rope, used for grasping and holding an enemy ship prior to boarding; a grapnel or grappling iron while crapple is (obsolete) a claw.

As a verb grapple

is to seize something and hold it firmly.

Crapple vs Crapplet - What's the difference?

crapple | crapplet |


As nouns the difference between crapple and crapplet

is that crapple is (obsolete) a claw while crapplet is (computing|internet|slang|derogatory) an unwanted or poor-quality applet.

Crapple vs Crappie - What's the difference?

crapple | crappie |


As nouns the difference between crapple and crappie

is that crapple is (obsolete) a claw while crappie is a member of either of two species of north american sunfish of the genus (taxlink) both are silvery-white with black speckles, and prized as gamefish.

Cripple vs Crapple - What's the difference?

cripple | crapple |


As nouns the difference between cripple and crapple

is that cripple is a person who has severely impaired physical abilities because of deformation, injury, or amputation of parts of the body while crapple is (obsolete) a claw.

As an adjective cripple

is crippled.

As a verb cripple

is to make someone a cripple; to cause someone to get a physical disability.