dessert

Dessert vs Deserved - What's the difference?

dessert | deserved |


As a noun dessert

is (label) dessert, pudding.

As a verb deserved is

(deserve).

Dessert vs Peach - What's the difference?

dessert | peach |


As nouns the difference between dessert and peach

is that dessert is (label) dessert, pudding while peach is (us|informal) a native or resident of georgia in the united states.

Barren vs Dessert - What's the difference?

barren | dessert |


As nouns the difference between barren and dessert

is that barren is bar while dessert is (label) dessert, pudding.

Pastries vs Dessert - What's the difference?

pastries | dessert |


As nouns the difference between pastries and dessert

is that pastries is while dessert is (label) dessert, pudding.

Leave vs Dessert - What's the difference?

leave | dessert |


As nouns the difference between leave and dessert

is that leave is (cricket) the action of the batsman not attempting to play at the ball or leave can be permission to be absent; time away from one's work while dessert is (label) dessert, pudding.

As a verb leave

is to have a consequence or remnant or leave can be to give leave to; allow; permit; let; grant or leave can be (rare) to produce leaves or foliageoxford english dictionary , 2nd ed or leave can be (obsolete) to raise; to levy.

Refreshments vs Dessert - What's the difference?

refreshments | dessert |


As nouns the difference between refreshments and dessert

is that refreshments is while dessert is (label) dessert, pudding.

Refreshment vs Dessert - What's the difference?

refreshment | dessert |


As nouns the difference between refreshment and dessert

is that refreshment is the action of refreshing]]; a means of [[restore|restoring strength, energy or vigour while dessert is (label) dessert, pudding.

Desolate vs Dessert - What's the difference?

desolate | dessert |


As an adjective desolate

is deserted and devoid of inhabitants.

As a verb desolate

is to deprive of inhabitants.

As a noun dessert is

(label) dessert, pudding.

Valley vs Dessert - What's the difference?

valley | dessert |


As a proper noun valley

is the san fernando valley in southern california.

As a noun dessert is

(label) dessert, pudding.

Semiarid vs Dessert - What's the difference?

semiarid | dessert |


As an adjective semiarid

is somewhat arid, receiving little rainfall but more than an arid area would typically defined as 25 to 50 cm or 10 to 20 inches of rainfall annually.

As a noun dessert is

(label) dessert, pudding.

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