fraise

Fraise vs Raise - What's the difference?

fraise | raise |


As verbs the difference between fraise and raise

is that fraise is while raise is (label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate.

As an adjective fraise

is sheered.

As a noun raise is

(us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

Braise vs Fraise - What's the difference?

braise | fraise |


As verbs the difference between braise and fraise

is that braise is while fraise is .

As an adjective fraise is

sheered.

Fraise vs Araise - What's the difference?

fraise | araise |


As verbs the difference between fraise and araise

is that fraise is while araise is (obsolete) to raise.

As an adjective fraise

is sheered.

Fraist vs Fraise - What's the difference?

fraist | fraise |


As verbs the difference between fraist and fraise

is that fraist is to try; test; prove; put to the proof; make trial (of) while fraise is .

As a noun fraist

is (obsolete) a test; test of strength or will power; an attack.

As an adjective fraise is

sheered.

Fraise vs Fraile - What's the difference?

fraise | fraile |


As adjectives the difference between fraise and fraile

is that fraise is sheered while fraile is .

As a verb fraise

is .

Praise vs Fraise - What's the difference?

praise | fraise |


As verbs the difference between praise and fraise

is that praise is to give praise to while fraise is .

As a noun praise

is commendation; favourable representation in words.

As an adjective fraise is

sheered.

Taxonomy vs Fraise - What's the difference?

taxonomy | fraise |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb fraise is

.

As an adjective fraise is

sheered.

Fraise vs Fraised - What's the difference?

fraise | fraised |


As adjectives the difference between fraise and fraised

is that fraise is sheered while fraised is fortified with a fraise.

As a verb fraise

is .

Fraise vs Froise - What's the difference?

fraise | froise | Alternative forms |

Fraise is an alternative form of froise.


As a verb fraise

is .

As an adjective fraise

is sheered.

As a noun froise is

a kind of pancake.

Bacon vs Fraise - What's the difference?

bacon | fraise |


As nouns the difference between bacon and fraise

is that bacon is d meat from the sides, belly or back of a pig while fraise is (historical) a ruff worn (especially by women) in the 16th century or fraise can be a large thick pancake with slices of bacon in it.

As a verb fraise is

(military) to protect, as a line of troops, against an onset of cavalry, by opposing bayonets raised obliquely forward.

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