culd

Curd vs Culd - What's the difference?

curd | culd |


As verbs the difference between curd and culd

is that curd is to form curd; to curdle while culd is .

As a noun curd

is the part of milk that coagulates when it sours or is treated with enzymes; used to make cottage cheese.

Culd vs Culb - What's the difference?

culd | culb |


As a verb culd

is .

As a noun culb is

(obsolete|rare) a glass retort.

Cull vs Culd - What's the difference?

cull | culd |


As verbs the difference between cull and culd

is that cull is to pick or take someone or something (from a larger group) while culd is .

As a noun cull

is a selection or cull can be (slang|dialectal) a fool, gullible person; a dupe.

Cued vs Culd - What's the difference?

cued | culd |


As verbs the difference between cued and culd

is that cued is (cue) while culd is .

Auld vs Culd - What's the difference?

auld | culd |


As an adjective auld

is (archaic|northern england|liverpool) old.

As a verb culd is

.

Culm vs Culd - What's the difference?

culm | culd |


As a proper noun culm

is a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

As a verb culd is

.

Culd vs Wuld - What's the difference?

culd | wuld |


As verbs the difference between culd and wuld

is that culd is while wuld is .

Sculd vs Culd - What's the difference?

sculd | culd |


As verbs the difference between sculd and culd

is that sculd is to accuse (someone) of wrong-doing, especially under the procedure known as sculding while culd is .

As a noun sculd

is a parting.

Cult vs Culd - What's the difference?

cult | culd |


As a noun cult

is a group of people with a religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members.

As an adjective cult

is of, or relating to a cult.

As a verb culd is

.

Culd vs Cund - What's the difference?

culd | cund |


As verbs the difference between culd and cund

is that culd is while cund is .

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