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Down vs Cashmere - What's the difference?

down | cashmere |


As proper nouns the difference between down and cashmere

is that down is one of the counties of northern ireland while cashmere is .

Plummet vs Down - What's the difference?

plummet | down |


As a noun plummet

is (archaic) a piece of lead attached to a line, used in sounding the depth of water.

As a verb plummet

is to drop swiftly, in a direct manner; to fall quickly.

As a proper noun down is

one of the counties of northern ireland.

Down vs Cease - What's the difference?

down | cease |


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As a verb cease is

(formal|intransitive) to stop.

Down vs Day - What's the difference?

down | day |


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As an adjective day is

thick, deep, dense.

Down vs Upon - What's the difference?

down | upon |


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As a preposition upon is

being above and in contact with another.

As an adverb upon is

being the target of an action.

Dispirited vs Down - What's the difference?

dispirited | down |


As a verb dispirited

is (dispirit).

As an adjective dispirited

is without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, without the will to accomplish, disheartened.

As a proper noun down is

one of the counties of northern ireland.

City vs Down - What's the difference?

city | down |


As proper nouns the difference between city and down

is that city is (uk) a popular shortened form of the city of london, the historic core of london where the roman settlement of londinium was established while down is one of the counties of northern ireland.

Down vs Downstairs - What's the difference?

down | downstairs |


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As an adjective downstairs is

a floor lower than the one a speaker currently occupies.

As an adverb downstairs is

living, stepping, or coming down the stairs.

As a noun downstairs is

(slang) the genitalia.

Down vs Difficult - What's the difference?

down | difficult |


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As an adjective difficult is

hard, not easy, requiring much effort.

As a verb difficult is

(obsolete|transitive) to make difficult; to impede; to perplex.

Down vs Ill - What's the difference?

down | ill | Synonyms |

Down is a synonym of ill.


As a proper noun down

is one of the counties of northern ireland.

As an adjective ill is

(label) evil; wicked (of people).

As an adverb ill is

not well; imperfectly, badly; hardly.

As a noun ill is

(often pluralized) trouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.

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