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Jaffle vs Gaffle - What's the difference?

jaffle | gaffle |


As nouns the difference between jaffle and gaffle

is that jaffle is (australian|south africa) a toasted sandwich, a toastie while gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

As a verb gaffle is

to seize.

Gaffle vs Baffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | baffle |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between gaffle and baffle

is that gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow while baffle is (obsolete) to hoodwink or deceive (someone).

As nouns the difference between gaffle and baffle

is that gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow while baffle is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether.

As verbs the difference between gaffle and baffle

is that gaffle is to seize while baffle is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight.

Gaffle vs Faffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | faffle |


As verbs the difference between gaffle and faffle

is that gaffle is to seize while faffle is (uk|dialect) to stammer.

As a noun gaffle

is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

Haffle vs Gaffle - What's the difference?

haffle | gaffle |


As verbs the difference between haffle and gaffle

is that haffle is (uk|dialect) to stammer; to speak unintelligibly; to prevaricate while gaffle is to seize.

As a noun gaffle is

(obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

Gaffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | maffle |


As verbs the difference between gaffle and maffle

is that gaffle is to seize while maffle is to stammer.

As a noun gaffle

is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

Gaffle vs Yaffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | yaffle |


As nouns the difference between gaffle and yaffle

is that gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow while yaffle is (uk|dialectal) the european green woodpecker, picus viridis .

As a verb gaffle

is to seize.

Kaffle vs Gaffle - What's the difference?

kaffle | gaffle |


As nouns the difference between kaffle and gaffle

is that kaffle is while gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

As a verb gaffle is

to seize.

Gaffled vs Gaffle - What's the difference?

gaffled | gaffle |


As verbs the difference between gaffled and gaffle

is that gaffled is (gaffle) while gaffle is to seize.

As a noun gaffle is

(obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

Gaffle vs Raffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | raffle |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between gaffle and raffle

is that gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow while raffle is (obsolete) a game of dice in which the player who throws three of the same number wins all the stakes.

As nouns the difference between gaffle and raffle

is that gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow while raffle is a drawing, often held as a fundraiser, in which tickets or chances are sold to win a prize.

As verbs the difference between gaffle and raffle

is that gaffle is to seize while raffle is to award something by means of a raffle or random drawing, often used with off.

Waffle vs Gaffle - What's the difference?

waffle | gaffle |


As nouns the difference between waffle and gaffle

is that waffle is (countable) a flat pastry pressed with a grid pattern or waffle can be (uncountable) speech or writing that is vague, pretentious or evasive while gaffle is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

As verbs the difference between waffle and gaffle

is that waffle is to smash or waffle can be to move in a side-to-side motion and descend (lose altitude) before landing wiffle'', ''whiffle while gaffle is to seize.

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