extirpate

Extirpated vs Extirpate - What's the difference?

extirpated | extirpate |


As verbs the difference between extirpated and extirpate

is that extirpated is (extirpate) while extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

As an adjective extirpated

is (of a species) locally extinct (though alive elsewhere).

Taxonomy vs Extirpate - What's the difference?

taxonomy | extirpate |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb extirpate is

(obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

Extirpate vs Tweeze - What's the difference?

extirpate | tweeze |


As verbs the difference between extirpate and tweeze

is that extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps while tweeze is to use tweezers to pluck something.

Extirpate vs Pluck - What's the difference?

extirpate | pluck |


As verbs the difference between extirpate and pluck

is that extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps while pluck is (lb) to pull something sharply; to pull something out.

As a noun pluck is

an instance of plucking.

Extirpate vs Raze - What's the difference?

extirpate | raze |


In lang=en terms the difference between extirpate and raze

is that extirpate is to surgically remove while raze is to scrape as if with a razor.

As verbs the difference between extirpate and raze

is that extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps while raze is to demolish; to level to the ground.

As a noun raze is

(rhizome of ginger).

Extirpate vs Stop - What's the difference?

extirpate | stop |


As a verb extirpate

is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

As a noun stop is

.

Extirpate vs Extirpable - What's the difference?

extirpate | extirpable |


As a verb extirpate

is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

As an adjective extirpable is

capable of being extirpated or eradicated.

Extirpate vs Outroot - What's the difference?

extirpate | outroot |


In lang=en terms the difference between extirpate and outroot

is that extirpate is to surgically remove while outroot is to eradicate; to extirpate.

As verbs the difference between extirpate and outroot

is that extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps while outroot is to eradicate; to extirpate.

Extirpate vs Inextirpable - What's the difference?

extirpate | inextirpable |


As a verb extirpate

is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

As an adjective inextirpable is

not capable of being extirpated or rooted out; ineradicable.

Scalpal vs Extirpate - What's the difference?

scalpal | extirpate |


As an adjective scalpal

is of or pertaining to the scalp.

As a verb extirpate is

(obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

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