football

Football vs Scatter - What's the difference?

football | scatter |


As a noun football

is the kind of ball used in american football.

As a verb scatter is

(ergative) to (cause to) separate and go in different directions; to disperse.

Handegg vs Football - What's the difference?

handegg | football |


As nouns the difference between handegg and football

is that handegg is (slang|uncountable) a humorous term for the game of american football, or for any other sport called “football” that uses a prolate spheroid instead of a round ball and in which the ball is regularly handled, such as canadian football or rugby football while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

Football vs Swimming - What's the difference?

football | swimming |


As nouns the difference between football and swimming

is that football is the kind of ball used in american football while swimming is the action of the verb "to swim".

As a verb swimming is

.

Giraffe vs Football - What's the difference?

giraffe | football |


As a proper noun giraffe

is camelopardalis.

As a noun football is

the kind of ball used in american football.

Football vs Polo - What's the difference?

football | polo |


As nouns the difference between football and polo

is that football is the kind of ball used in american football while polo is field.

Steak vs Football - What's the difference?

steak | football |


As nouns the difference between steak and football

is that steak is steak (slice of beef or meat of other animals) while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

Kermit vs Football - What's the difference?

kermit | football |


As a proper noun kermit

is the puppet.

As a noun football is

the kind of ball used in american football.

Toaster vs Football - What's the difference?

toaster | football |


As nouns the difference between toaster and football

is that toaster is toaster while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

Tchoukball vs Football - What's the difference?

tchoukball | football |


As nouns the difference between tchoukball and football

is that tchoukball is an indoor ball game for two teams of twelve players (seven on the court at any time), in which points are scored by throwing the ball so that it hits a frame and bounces outside of a semicircular region while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

Vivid vs Football - What's the difference?

vivid | football |


As nouns the difference between vivid and football

is that vivid is (new zealand) a felt-tipped permanent marker while football is the kind of ball used in american football.

As an adjective vivid

is (of perception) clear, detailed or powerful.

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