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Ewer vs Eyer - What's the difference?

ewer | eyer |


As nouns the difference between ewer and eyer

is that ewer is a kind of widemouthed pitcher or jug with a shape like a vase and a handle while eyer is one who eyes another.

Eyer vs Eyre - What's the difference?

eyer | eyre |


As nouns the difference between eyer and eyre

is that eyer is one who eyes another while eyre is (uk|legal|obsolete) a journey in circuit of certain itinerant judges called justices in eyre'' (or ''in itinere ).

Keyer vs Eyer - What's the difference?

keyer | eyer |


As nouns the difference between keyer and eyer

is that keyer is one who, or that which, keys while eyer is one who eyes another.

Eyer vs Hyer - What's the difference?

eyer | hyer |


As nouns the difference between eyer and hyer

is that eyer is one who eyes another while hyer is .

As an adjective hyer is

.

As an adverb hyer is

.

As a verb hyer is

.

Eyed vs Eyer - What's the difference?

eyed | eyer |


As an adjective eyed

is having eyes.

As a verb eyed

is (eye).

As a noun eyer is

one who eyes another.

Eyer vs Eyes - What's the difference?

eyer | eyes |


As nouns the difference between eyer and eyes

is that eyer is one who eyes another while eyes is .

As a verb eyes is

(eye).

Eyer vs Dyer - What's the difference?

eyer | dyer |


As a noun eyer

is one who eyes another.

As a proper noun dyer is

.

Eyer vs Tyer - What's the difference?

eyer | tyer |


As nouns the difference between eyer and tyer

is that eyer is one who eyes another while tyer is (person or device that ties).

Euer vs Eyer - What's the difference?

euer | eyer |


As an adverb euer

is .

As a noun eyer is

one who eyes another.

Eye vs Eyer - What's the difference?

eye | eyer |


As nouns the difference between eye and eyer

is that eye is an organ that is sensitive to light, which it converts to electrical signals passed to the brain, by which means animals see while eyer is one who eyes another.

As a verb eye

is to observe carefully.

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