ensconce

Rest vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

rest | ensconce | Related terms |

Rest is a related term of ensconce.


As a noun rest

is prison.

As a verb ensconce is

to place in a secure environment.

Ensconce vs Shelter - What's the difference?

ensconce | shelter | Related terms |

Ensconce is a related term of shelter.


In lang=en terms the difference between ensconce and shelter

is that ensconce is to settle comfortably while shelter is to take cover.

As verbs the difference between ensconce and shelter

is that ensconce is to place in a secure environment while shelter is to provide cover from damage or harassment; to shield; to protect.

As a noun shelter is

a refuge, haven or other cover or protection from something.

Plant vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

plant | ensconce | Related terms |

Plant is a related term of ensconce.


In lang=en terms the difference between plant and ensconce

is that plant is to place or set something firmly or with conviction while ensconce is to settle comfortably.

As verbs the difference between plant and ensconce

is that plant is to place (a seed or plant) in soil or other substrate in order that it may live and grow while ensconce is to place in a secure environment.

As a noun plant

is an organism that is not an animal, especially an organism capable of photosynthesis typically a small or herbaceous organism of this kind, rather than a tree.

Ensconce vs Immure - What's the difference?

ensconce | immure |


In lang=en terms the difference between ensconce and immure

is that ensconce is to settle comfortably while immure is to put or bury within a wall.

As verbs the difference between ensconce and immure

is that ensconce is to place in a secure environment while immure is to cloister, confine, imprison: to lock up behind walls.

As a noun immure is

(obsolete) a wall; an enclosure.

Entrench vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

entrench | ensconce |


As verbs the difference between entrench and ensconce

is that entrench is (construction|archaeology) to dig or excavate a trench; to trench while ensconce is to place in a secure environment.

Set vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

set | ensconce | Related terms |

Set is a related term of ensconce.


As a numeral set

is seven.

As a verb ensconce is

to place in a secure environment.

Position vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

position | ensconce | Related terms |

Position is a related term of ensconce.


As a noun position

is .

As a verb ensconce is

to place in a secure environment.

Ensconce vs Affix - What's the difference?

ensconce | affix | Related terms |

Ensconce is a related term of affix.


As a verb ensconce

is to place in a secure environment.

As a noun affix is

affix.

Stand vs Ensconce - What's the difference?

stand | ensconce | Related terms |

Stand is a related term of ensconce.


As a noun stand

is stall, booth, bench, stand (place to sell items or make deals).

As a verb ensconce is

to place in a secure environment.

Ensconce vs Harbour - What's the difference?

ensconce | harbour | Related terms |

Ensconce is a related term of harbour.


In lang=en terms the difference between ensconce and harbour

is that ensconce is to settle comfortably while harbour is to accept, as with a belief.

As verbs the difference between ensconce and harbour

is that ensconce is to place in a secure environment while harbour is to provide shelter or refuge for.

As a noun harbour is

(obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

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