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Marry vs Elope - What's the difference?

marry | elope |


As verbs the difference between marry and elope

is that marry is to enter into the conjugal or connubial state; to take a husband or a wife while elope is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

As an interjection marry

is (obsolete) indeed!, in truth!; a term of asseveration.

Elope vs Cantaloupe - What's the difference?

elope | cantaloupe |


As a verb elope

is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

As a noun cantaloupe is

(europe) a type of melon,.

Elope vs Envelope - What's the difference?

elope | envelope |


As verbs the difference between elope and envelope

is that elope is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour while envelope is (nonstandard).

As a noun envelope is

a paper or cardboard wrapper used to enclose small, flat items, especially letters, for mailing.

Elope vs Speed - What's the difference?

elope | speed | Related terms |

Elope is a related term of speed.


As a verb elope

is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

As a proper noun speed is

.

Rush vs Elope - What's the difference?

rush | elope | Related terms |

Rush is a related term of elope.


As a proper noun rush

is (computing) a dialect of the language.

As a verb elope is

(of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

Hasten vs Elope - What's the difference?

hasten | elope | Related terms |

Hasten is a related term of elope.


As a noun hasten

is .

As a verb elope is

(of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

Dash vs Elope - What's the difference?

dash | elope | Related terms |

Dash is a related term of elope.


As verbs the difference between dash and elope

is that dash is to run quickly or for a short distance while elope is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour.

As a noun dash

is (typography) any of the following symbols: (''horizontal bar ).

As an interjection dash

is (euphemistic) damn!.

Elope vs Abscond - What's the difference?

elope | abscond |


As verbs the difference between elope and abscond

is that elope is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour while abscond is (intransitive|reflexive|archaic) to hide, to be in hiding or concealment.

Elope vs Flee - What's the difference?

elope | flee |


As verbs the difference between elope and flee

is that elope is (of a married person) to run away from home with a paramour while flee is (label) to run away; to escape.

Elope - What does it mean?

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