folist

Folist vs Foist - What's the difference?

folist | foist |


As nouns the difference between folist and foist

is that folist is a histosol that is not saturated with water for long periods of time during the year while foist is a thief or pickpocket or foist can be (obsolete) a light and fast-sailing ship.

As a verb foist is

to introduce or insert surreptitiously or without warrant.

Foliot vs Folist - What's the difference?

foliot | folist |


As nouns the difference between foliot and folist

is that foliot is part of the verge escapement in early clocks while folist is a histosol that is not saturated with water for long periods of time during the year.

Holist vs Folist - What's the difference?

holist | folist |


As nouns the difference between holist and folist

is that holist is a believer in, or practitioner of, holism; one who believes that a topic of study cannot be fully understood by studying the parts, or who studies by considering the whole while folist is a histosol that is not saturated with water for long periods of time during the year.

As an adjective holist

is (education|of a learning strategy) that concentrates on forming an overview of the topic.

Folist vs Flist - What's the difference?

folist | flist |


As nouns the difference between folist and flist

is that folist is a histosol that is not saturated with water for long periods of time during the year while flist is (internet).

Foilist vs Folist - What's the difference?

foilist | folist |


As nouns the difference between foilist and folist

is that foilist is (fencing) a fencer who fights with a foil while folist is a histosol that is not saturated with water for long periods of time during the year.