flye

Flye vs Elbowas - What's the difference?

flye | elbowas |

Fyle vs Flye - What's the difference?

fyle | flye |


As a verb fyle

is (scotland|transitive).

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

Flype vs Flye - What's the difference?

flype | flye |


As a noun flype

is a fold or flap, especially of the brim of a hat.

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

Fley vs Flye - What's the difference?

fley | flye |


As a verb fley

is to frighten.

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

Flye vs Flys - What's the difference?

flye | flys |


As an adjective flye

is eccentric.

As a noun flys is

(a type of carriage).

Flyte vs Flye - What's the difference?

flyte | flye |


As a verb flyte

is .

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

Flye vs Flyer - What's the difference?

flye | flyer |


As an adjective flye

is eccentric.

As a noun flyer is

a machine that flies.

As a verb flyer is

to distribute flyers (leaflets).

Flye vs Fye - What's the difference?

flye | fye |


As an adjective flye

is eccentric.

As an interjection fye is

.

Lye vs Flye - What's the difference?

lye | flye |


As a noun lye

is an alkaline liquid made by leaching ashes (usually wood ashes) or lye can be (uk|railways) a short side line, connected with the main line; a turn-out; a siding.

As a verb lye

is .

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

Floe vs Flye - What's the difference?

floe | flye |


As a noun floe

is a low, flat mass of floating ice.

As an adjective flye is

eccentric.

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