drench

Drown vs Drench - What's the difference?

drown | drench |


As verbs the difference between drown and drench

is that drown is to be suffocated in water or other fluid; to perish by such suffocation while drench is to soak, to make very wet.

As a noun drench is

a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Drench vs Besprinkle - What's the difference?

drench | besprinkle |


As verbs the difference between drench and besprinkle

is that drench is to soak, to make very wet while besprinkle is (archaic) to sprinkle with.

As a noun drench

is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Drench vs Dwindle - What's the difference?

drench | dwindle |


As verbs the difference between drench and dwindle

is that drench is to soak, to make very wet while dwindle is to decrease, shrink, diminish, reduce in size.

As a noun drench

is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Scold vs Drench - What's the difference?

scold | drench |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between scold and drench

is that scold is (obsolete) a person fond of abusive language, in particular a troublesome and angry woman while drench is (obsolete) a drink; a draught; specifically, a potion of medicine poured or forced down the throat; also, a potion that causes purging.

As nouns the difference between scold and drench

is that scold is (obsolete) a person fond of abusive language, in particular a troublesome and angry woman while drench is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

As verbs the difference between scold and drench

is that scold is to rebuke while drench is to soak, to make very wet.

Drench vs Soggily - What's the difference?

drench | soggily |


As a noun drench

is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

As a verb drench

is to soak, to make very wet.

As an adverb soggily is

in a soggy manner.

Downpour vs Drench - What's the difference?

downpour | drench | Related terms |

Downpour is a related term of drench.


As nouns the difference between downpour and drench

is that downpour is a heavy rain while drench is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

As verbs the difference between downpour and drench

is that downpour is to pour down; rain heavily while drench is to soak, to make very wet.

Permeate vs Drench - What's the difference?

permeate | drench | Related terms |

Permeate is a related term of drench.


As verbs the difference between permeate and drench

is that permeate is to pass through the pores or interstices of; to penetrate and pass through without causing rupture or displacement; -- applied especially to fluids which pass through substances of loose texture; as, water permeates sand while drench is to soak, to make very wet.

As nouns the difference between permeate and drench

is that permeate is a watery by-product of milk production while drench is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Drench vs Suffuse - What's the difference?

drench | suffuse | Related terms |

Drench is a related term of suffuse.


As verbs the difference between drench and suffuse

is that drench is to soak, to make very wet while suffuse is to spread through or over something, especially as a liquid, colour or light; to perfuse.

As a noun drench

is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Oversupply vs Drench - What's the difference?

oversupply | drench | Related terms |

Oversupply is a related term of drench.


As verbs the difference between oversupply and drench

is that oversupply is to supply more than is needed while drench is to soak, to make very wet.

As nouns the difference between oversupply and drench

is that oversupply is an excessive supply while drench is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

Dip vs Drench - What's the difference?

dip | drench | Related terms |

Dip is a related term of drench.


As nouns the difference between dip and drench

is that dip is while drench is a draught administered to an animal or drench can be (obsolete|uk) a military vassal, mentioned in the domesday book.

As a verb drench is

to soak, to make very wet.

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