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Terms vs Ensear - What's the difference?

terms | ensear |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb ensear is

(obsolete|transitive) to sear; to dry up.

Endear vs Ensear - What's the difference?

endear | ensear |


As verbs the difference between endear and ensear

is that endear is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable while ensear is (obsolete|transitive) to sear; to dry up.

Enseal vs Ensear - What's the difference?

enseal | ensear |


As verbs the difference between enseal and ensear

is that enseal is (obsolete) to impress with a seal while ensear is (obsolete|transitive) to sear; to dry up.

Enseam vs Ensear - What's the difference?

enseam | ensear |


As verbs the difference between enseam and ensear

is that enseam is (obsolete) to remove the surplus fat from a horse while ensear is (obsolete|transitive) to sear; to dry up.