frost

Frost vs Slushy - What's the difference?

frost | slushy |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As an adjective slushy is

covered in slush.

As a noun slushy is

a slushie (a flavoured frozen drink made with ice crystals).

Frost vs Sleet - What's the difference?

frost | sleet |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As a noun sleet is

(chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

As a verb sleet is

(impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

Frost vs Transparent - What's the difference?

frost | transparent |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As a noun transparent is

banner.

Frost vs Chi - What's the difference?

frost | chi |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As a noun chi is

chi (greek letter).

Indifferent vs Frost - What's the difference?

indifferent | frost |


As a verb indifferent

is .

As a proper noun frost is

.

Frost vs Frosted - What's the difference?

frost | frosted |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As an adjective frosted is

having frost present; frosty.

Frost vs Chill - What's the difference?

frost | chill |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As an abbreviation chill is

(computing) an acronym for ccitt high level language.

Froze vs Frost - What's the difference?

froze | frost |


As a verb froze

is (freeze).

As a proper noun frost is

.

Frost vs Hailstone - What's the difference?

frost | hailstone |


As a proper noun frost

is .

As a noun hailstone is

a single ball of hail, or solid precipitation.

Cat vs Frost - What's the difference?

cat | frost |


As an adverb cat

is how much.

As an adjective cat

is how much.

As a proper noun frost is

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