fretter

Terms vs Fretter - What's the difference?

terms | fretter |


As nouns the difference between terms and fretter

is that terms is while fretter is someone who frets.

Fretter vs Fretted - What's the difference?

fretter | fretted |


As a noun fretter

is someone who frets.

As a verb fretted is

(fret).

As an adjective fretted is

(music) (of a musical instrument ) having frets.

Retter vs Fretter - What's the difference?

retter | fretter |


As nouns the difference between retter and fretter

is that retter is one who rets while fretter is someone who frets.

Fretten vs Fretter - What's the difference?

fretten | fretter |


As an adjective fretten

is (obsolete) marked.

As a verb fretten

is .

As a noun fretter is

someone who frets.

Fetter vs Fretter - What's the difference?

fetter | fretter |


As nouns the difference between fetter and fretter

is that fetter is a chain or similar object used to bind a person or animal – often by its legs (usually in plural) while fretter is someone who frets.

As a verb fetter

is to shackle or bind up with fetters.

Fritter vs Fretter - What's the difference?

fritter | fretter |


As nouns the difference between fritter and fretter

is that fritter is a dish made by deep-frying food coated in batter while fretter is someone who frets.

As a verb fritter

is to occupy oneself idly or without clear purpose, to tinker with an unimportant part of a project, to dally, sometimes as a form of procrastination.

Fret vs Fretter - What's the difference?

fret | fretter |


As an adjective fret

is cold.

As a noun fretter is

someone who frets.