flosh

Terms vs Flosh - What's the difference?

terms | flosh |


As nouns the difference between terms and flosh

is that terms is while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

Flosh vs Flush - What's the difference?

flosh | flush |


As nouns the difference between flosh and flush

is that flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped while flush is a group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees etc or flush can be a sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes or flush can be (poker) a hand consisting of all cards with the same suit.

As a verb flush is

to cause to take flight from concealment or flush can be to cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid.

As an adjective flush is

smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out.

Closh vs Flosh - What's the difference?

closh | flosh |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between closh and flosh

is that closh is (obsolete) the game of ninepins while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

As nouns the difference between closh and flosh

is that closh is (obsolete) the game of ninepins or closh can be a disease in the feet of cattle; laminitis while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

Flosh vs Frosh - What's the difference?

flosh | frosh |


As nouns the difference between flosh and frosh

is that flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped while frosh is (dialectal) a frog or frosh can be (colloquial) a first year student, at certain universities.

As a verb frosh is

(slang) to initiate academic freshmen, notably in a testing way.

Flosh vs Floss - What's the difference?

flosh | floss |


As nouns the difference between flosh and floss

is that flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped while floss is .

Slosh vs Flosh - What's the difference?

slosh | flosh |


As nouns the difference between slosh and flosh

is that slosh is a quantity of a liquid; more than a splash or slosh can be (computing) backslash, the character while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

As a verb slosh

is (of a liquid) to shift chaotically; to splash noisily.

Flosh vs Losh - What's the difference?

flosh | losh |


As a noun flosh

is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

As an interjection losh is

(scotland) expressing surprise, wonder etc.

Flash vs Flosh - What's the difference?

flash | flosh |


As a proper noun flash

is (computing) a popular multimedia platform, most often used for adding animation and interactivity to webpages.

As a noun flosh is

(obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

Flesh vs Flosh - What's the difference?

flesh | flosh |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between flesh and flosh

is that flesh is (obsolete) to inure or habituate someone (in) or (to) a given practice while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

As nouns the difference between flesh and flosh

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while flosh is (obsolete) a hopper-shaped box in which ore is placed to be stamped.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.