cushion

Cushion vs Teddybear - What's the difference?

cushion | teddybear |


As a noun cushion

is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As a verb cushion

is to furnish with cushions.

Cushion vs Foundation - What's the difference?

cushion | foundation |


As nouns the difference between cushion and foundation

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while foundation is the act of founding, fixing, establishing, or beginning to erect.

As a verb cushion

is to furnish with cushions.

Cushion vs Ramp - What's the difference?

cushion | ramp |


As nouns the difference between cushion and ramp

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while ramp is an inclined surface that connects two levels; an incline or ramp can be an american plant, , related to the onion; a wild leek.

As verbs the difference between cushion and ramp

is that cushion is to furnish with cushions while ramp is to behave violently; to rage.

Strawberry vs Cushion - What's the difference?

strawberry | cushion |


As nouns the difference between strawberry and cushion

is that strawberry is the juicy, usually red, edible fruit of certain plants of the genus fragaria while cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As an adjective strawberry

is containing or having the flavor of strawberries.

As a verb cushion is

to furnish with cushions.

Fish vs Cushion - What's the difference?

fish | cushion |


As a proper noun fish

is .

As a noun cushion is

a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As a verb cushion is

to furnish with cushions.

Ghoul vs Cushion - What's the difference?

ghoul | cushion |


As nouns the difference between ghoul and cushion

is that ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses while cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As a verb cushion is

to furnish with cushions.

Cushion vs Damp - What's the difference?

cushion | damp | Synonyms |

Cushion is a synonym of damp.


As nouns the difference between cushion and damp

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while damp is steam.

As a verb cushion

is to furnish with cushions.

Cushion vs Pillowcase - What's the difference?

cushion | pillowcase |


As nouns the difference between cushion and pillowcase

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while pillowcase is a washable, easily removable cloth cover for pillows.

As a verb cushion

is to furnish with cushions.

Cushion vs Muffle - What's the difference?

cushion | muffle | Synonyms |

Cushion is a synonym of muffle.


As nouns the difference between cushion and muffle

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while muffle is anything that mutes or deadens sound.

As verbs the difference between cushion and muffle

is that cushion is to furnish with cushions while muffle is to wrap (a person, face etc) in fabric or another covering, for warmth or protection; often with up .

Wikidiffcom vs Cushion - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cushion |


As a noun cushion is

a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As a verb cushion is

to furnish with cushions.

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