downs

Downs vs Vale - What's the difference?

downs | vale |


As a proper noun downs

is (sussex) the south downs.

As a verb vale is

to be worth.

Dale vs Downs - What's the difference?

dale | downs |


As an adverb dale

is farther (comparative of far).

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Downs vs Street - What's the difference?

downs | street |


As proper nouns the difference between downs and street

is that downs is (sussex) the south downs while street is .

Canyon vs Downs - What's the difference?

canyon | downs |


As a noun canyon

is canyon.

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Downs vs Moor - What's the difference?

downs | moor |


As a proper noun downs

is (sussex) the south downs.

As a noun moor is

(historical) a member of an ancient berber people from numidia.

Station vs Downs - What's the difference?

station | downs |


As a noun station

is station.

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Lanes vs Downs - What's the difference?

lanes | downs |


As a noun lanes

is .

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Owns vs Downs - What's the difference?

owns | downs |


As a verb owns

is (own).

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Downy vs Downs - What's the difference?

downy | downs |


As an adjective downy

is having down, covered with a soft fuzzy coating as of small feathers.

As a proper noun downs is

(sussex) the south downs.

Downs vs Downe - What's the difference?

downs | downe |


As a proper noun downs

is (sussex) the south downs.

As an adverb downe is

.

As a preposition downe is

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