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Sling vs Flee - What's the difference?

sling | flee |


As verbs the difference between sling and flee

is that sling is to throw with a circular or arcing motion while flee is (label) to run away; to escape.

As a noun sling

is (weapon) an instrument for throwing stones or other missiles, consisting of a short strap with two strings fastened to its ends, or with a string fastened to one end and a light stick to the other.

Flee vs Fleeting - What's the difference?

flee | fleeting |


As verbs the difference between flee and fleeting

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while fleeting is .

As an adjective fleeting is

passing quickly.

Flee vs Glide - What's the difference?

flee | glide | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of glide.


As verbs the difference between flee and glide

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while glide is to move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.

As a noun glide is

the act of gliding.

Flee vs Mock - What's the difference?

flee | mock | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of mock.


As verbs the difference between flee and mock

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As a noun mock is

an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Flee vs Foil - What's the difference?

flee | foil | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of foil.


As verbs the difference between flee and foil

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while foil is to prevent (something) from being accomplished or foil can be (mathematics) to multiply two binomials together or foil can be (obsolete) to defile; to soil.

As a noun foil is

a very thin sheet of metal or foil can be failure when on the point of attainment; defeat; frustration; miscarriage or foil can be (hunting) the track of an animal.

Flee vs Sail - What's the difference?

flee | sail | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of sail.


As a verb flee

is (label) to run away; to escape.

As a noun sail is

salt.

Flee vs Coast - What's the difference?

flee | coast | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of coast.


As verbs the difference between flee and coast

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while coast is to glide along without adding energy.

As a noun coast is

(obsolete) the side or edge of something.

Hover vs Flee - What's the difference?

hover | flee | Related terms |

Hover is a related term of flee.


As verbs the difference between hover and flee

is that hover is to float in the air while flee is (label) to run away; to escape.

As a noun hover

is a cover; a shelter; a protection.

Flee vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

flee | frustrate | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of frustrate.


As verbs the difference between flee and frustrate

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Eschew vs Flee - What's the difference?

eschew | flee | Related terms |

Eschew is a related term of flee.


As verbs the difference between eschew and flee

is that eschew is (formal) to avoid; to shun, to shy away from while flee is (label) to run away; to escape.

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