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Serum vs Draught - What's the difference?

serum | draught |


As nouns the difference between serum and draught

is that serum is serum while draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As a verb draught is

to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Draught vs Tonic - What's the difference?

draught | tonic |


As nouns the difference between draught and tonic

is that draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor while tonic is a substance with medicinal properties intended to restore or invigorate or tonic can be (music) the first note of a scale.

As a verb draught

is to draw out; to call forth see draft.

As an adjective tonic is

(physics|pathology) pertaining to tension, especially of muscles or tonic can be (music) pertaining to the keynote of a composition.

Gale vs Draught - What's the difference?

gale | draught |


As nouns the difference between gale and draught

is that gale is (label) (ship propelled primarily by oars) while draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As a verb draught is

to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Draught vs Project - What's the difference?

draught | project | Related terms |

Draught is a related term of project.


In dated|lang=en terms the difference between draught and project

is that draught is (dated) a dose of medicine in liquid form while project is (dated) an idle scheme; an impracticable design.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between draught and project

is that draught is (obsolete) a sudden attack or drawing upon an enemy while project is (obsolete) the place from which a thing projects.

As nouns the difference between draught and project

is that draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor while project is a planned endeavor, usually with a specific goal and accomplished in several steps or stages or project can be (usually|plural|us) an urban low-income housing building.

As verbs the difference between draught and project

is that draught is to draw out; to call forth see draft while project is to extend beyond a surface.

Draught vs Device - What's the difference?

draught | device | Related terms |

Draught is a related term of device.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between draught and device

is that draught is (obsolete) a sudden attack or drawing upon an enemy while device is (obsolete) opinion; decision.

As nouns the difference between draught and device

is that draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor while device is any piece of equipment made for a particular purpose, especially a mechanical or electrical one.

As a verb draught

is to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Draught vs Design - What's the difference?

draught | design | Related terms |

Draught is a related term of design.


As nouns the difference between draught and design

is that draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor while design is design (creative profession or art).

As a verb draught

is to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Stifling vs Draught - What's the difference?

stifling | draught |


As verbs the difference between stifling and draught

is that stifling is while draught is to draw out; to call forth see draft.

As nouns the difference between stifling and draught

is that stifling is the act by which something is stifled while draught is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As an adjective stifling

is that stifles.

Arid vs Draught - What's the difference?

arid | draught |


As an adjective arid

is very dry.

As a noun draught is

the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As a verb draught is

to draw out; to call forth see draft.

Draught vs Famine - What's the difference?

draught | famine |


As a noun draught

is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As a verb draught

is to draw out; to call forth see draft.

As a proper noun famine is

the personification of famine, often depicted riding a black horse.

Draught vs Parched - What's the difference?

draught | parched |


As verbs the difference between draught and parched

is that draught is to draw out; to call forth see draft while parched is (parch).

As a noun draught

is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As an adjective parched is

dry.

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