edible

Edible vs Appetising - What's the difference?

edible | appetising |


As adjectives the difference between edible and appetising

is that edible is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption while appetising is (qualifier).

As a noun edible

is anything edible.

As a verb appetising is

.

Edible vs Scrumptious - What's the difference?

edible | scrumptious |


As adjectives the difference between edible and scrumptious

is that edible is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption while scrumptious is delicious; delectable.

As a noun edible

is anything edible.

Perishable vs Edible - What's the difference?

perishable | edible |


As nouns the difference between perishable and edible

is that perishable is that which perishes or is short-lived while edible is anything edible.

As adjectives the difference between perishable and edible

is that perishable is liable to perish, especially naturally subject to quick decomposition or decay while edible is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Dangleberry - What's the difference?

edible | dangleberry |


As nouns the difference between edible and dangleberry

is that edible is anything edible while dangleberry is an ericaceous flowering plant in the genus gaylussacia .

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Jambolana - What's the difference?

edible | jambolana |


As nouns the difference between edible and jambolana

is that edible is anything edible while jambolana is calyptranthes jambolana , a myrtaceous tree of the west indies and tropical america with astringent bark and edible fruit.

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Toheroa - What's the difference?

edible | toheroa |


As nouns the difference between edible and toheroa

is that edible is anything edible while toheroa is (nz) paphies ventricosa , a large edible bivalve mollusc endemic to new zealand.

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Maitake - What's the difference?

edible | maitake |


As nouns the difference between edible and maitake

is that edible is anything edible while maitake is grifola frondosa , an edible polypore mushroom that grows in clusters at the bases of trees.

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Bardie - What's the difference?

edible | bardie |


As adjectives the difference between edible and bardie

is that edible is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption while bardie is rude and insolent; bolshie.

As nouns the difference between edible and bardie

is that edible is anything edible while bardie is (scotland) a minor poet or bard; used as a self-deprecatory epithet by or bardie can be (australia) the edible larva of an insect.

Edible vs Scaldfish - What's the difference?

edible | scaldfish |


As nouns the difference between edible and scaldfish

is that edible is anything edible while scaldfish is any of several edible flatfish of the genus.

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

Edible vs Candlefish - What's the difference?

edible | candlefish |


As nouns the difference between edible and candlefish

is that edible is anything edible while candlefish is an oily edible fish, thaleichthys pacificus , from the northern pacific, that was once dried and used as a candle or torch by the chinook indians.

As an adjective edible

is that can be eaten without harm; innocuous to humans; suitable for consumption.

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