eared

Earnt vs Eared - What's the difference?

earnt | eared |


As verbs the difference between earnt and eared

is that earnt is (chiefly british) (earn) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Eared vs Wared - What's the difference?

eared | wared |


As verbs the difference between eared and wared

is that eared is (ear) while wared is (ware).

As an adjective eared

is (mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Eared vs Dared - What's the difference?

eared | dared |


As verbs the difference between eared and dared

is that eared is (ear) while dared is (dare).

As an adjective eared

is (mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Eared vs Bared - What's the difference?

eared | bared |


As verbs the difference between eared and bared

is that eared is (ear) while bared is (bare).

As an adjective eared

is (mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Pared vs Eared - What's the difference?

pared | eared |


As verbs the difference between pared and eared

is that pared is (pare) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Tared vs Eared - What's the difference?

tared | eared |


As adjectives the difference between tared and eared

is that tared is weighed; determined; reduced to equal or standard weight while eared is (mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

As verbs the difference between tared and eared

is that tared is (tare) while eared is (ear).

Teared vs Eared - What's the difference?

teared | eared |


As verbs the difference between teared and eared

is that teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Neared vs Eared - What's the difference?

neared | eared |


As verbs the difference between neared and eared

is that neared is (near) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Eared vs Weared - What's the difference?

eared | weared |


As verbs the difference between eared and weared

is that eared is (ear) while weared is (wear).

As an adjective eared

is (mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Rared vs Eared - What's the difference?

rared | eared |


As verbs the difference between rared and eared

is that rared is (rare) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

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