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Hurt vs Galled - What's the difference?

hurt | galled |


As verbs the difference between hurt and galled

is that hurt is to be painful while galled is (gall).

As an adjective hurt

is wounded, physically injured.

As a noun hurt

is an emotional or psychological hurt (humiliation or bad experience).

Galled vs Discomfit - What's the difference?

galled | discomfit |


As verbs the difference between galled and discomfit

is that galled is (gall) while discomfit is (archaic) to defeat completely; to rout.

As an adjective discomfit is

(obsolete) discomfited; overthrown.

Miffed vs Galled - What's the difference?

miffed | galled |


As verbs the difference between miffed and galled

is that miffed is (miff) while galled is (gall).

As an adjective miffed

is (informal) irritated, angry, put out or annoyed.

Galled vs Gilled - What's the difference?

galled | gilled |


As a verb galled

is (gall).

As an adjective gilled is

having gills.

Terms vs Galled - What's the difference?

terms | galled |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb galled is

(gall).

Falled vs Galled - What's the difference?

falled | galled |


As verbs the difference between falled and galled

is that falled is (nonstandard) (fall) while galled is (gall).

Galled vs Walled - What's the difference?

galled | walled |


As verbs the difference between galled and walled

is that galled is (gall) while walled is (wall).

As an adjective walled is

pertaining to a wall.

Gulled vs Galled - What's the difference?

gulled | galled |


As verbs the difference between gulled and galled

is that gulled is (gull) while galled is (gall).

Called vs Galled - What's the difference?

called | galled |


As verbs the difference between called and galled

is that called is (call) while galled is (gall).

Galled vs Gelled - What's the difference?

galled | gelled |


As verbs the difference between galled and gelled

is that galled is (gall) while gelled is (gel).

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