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Plump vs Cubby - What's the difference?

plump | cubby |


As nouns the difference between plump and cubby

is that plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd while cubby is a small, confined space.

As a verb plump

is to grow ; to swell out.

As an adjective plump

is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As an adverb plump

is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

Cubby vs Nook - What's the difference?

cubby | nook |


As nouns the difference between cubby and nook

is that cubby is a small, confined space while nook is a small corner formed by two walls; an alcove or recess or ancone.

Cubby - What does it mean?

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Cubby vs Chunky - What's the difference?

cubby | chunky |


As nouns the difference between cubby and chunky

is that cubby is a small, confined space while chunky is (native american game).

As an adjective chunky is

having chunks.

Cubby vs Cuddy - What's the difference?

cubby | cuddy |


As nouns the difference between cubby and cuddy

is that cubby is a small, confined space while cuddy is (nautical) a cabin, for the use of the captain, in the after part of a sailing ship under the poop deck or cuddy can be the coalfish ().

Cubby vs Fat - What's the difference?

cubby | fat |


As nouns the difference between cubby and fat

is that cubby is a small, confined space while fat is .

Cubby vs Cabby - What's the difference?

cubby | cabby |


As nouns the difference between cubby and cabby

is that cubby is a small, confined space while cabby is (informal) a cabdriver, someone who drives a taxi.

Tubby vs Cubby - What's the difference?

tubby | cubby |


As nouns the difference between tubby and cubby

is that tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person while cubby is a small, confined space.

As an adjective tubby

is stout, rotund.

Hubby vs Cubby - What's the difference?

hubby | cubby |


As nouns the difference between hubby and cubby

is that hubby is (informal|term of endearment) husband while cubby is a small, confined space.

As an adjective hubby

is (us) full of hubs or protuberances.

Nubby vs Cubby - What's the difference?

nubby | cubby |


As an adjective nubby

is knobbly.

As a noun cubby is

a small, confined space.

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