crewer

Crewel vs Crewer - What's the difference?

crewel | crewer |


As nouns the difference between crewel and crewer

is that crewel is worsted yarn, slackly twisted, used for embroidery while crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft.

Crewer vs Screwer - What's the difference?

crewer | screwer |


As nouns the difference between crewer and screwer

is that crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft while screwer is somebody or something that screws.

Crewer vs Crewet - What's the difference?

crewer | crewet |


As nouns the difference between crewer and crewet

is that crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft while crewet is .

Crewed vs Crewer - What's the difference?

crewed | crewer |


As an adjective crewed

is having a crew; manned.

As a verb crewed

is (crew).

As a noun crewer is

(informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft.

Chewer vs Crewer - What's the difference?

chewer | crewer |


As nouns the difference between chewer and crewer

is that chewer is one who chews while crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft.

Brewer vs Crewer - What's the difference?

brewer | crewer |


As nouns the difference between brewer and crewer

is that brewer is (soccer) a player, supporter or other person connected with while crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft.

As a proper noun brewer

is an english occupational surname for a brewer of ale.

Taxonomy vs Crewer - What's the difference?

taxonomy | crewer |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and crewer

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft.

What is the difference between crewer and crew?

crewer | crew | Synonyms |

Crewer is a synonym of crew.


As nouns the difference between crewer and crew

is that crewer is (informal) a member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.