ghoul

Ghoul vs Goal - What's the difference?

ghoul | goal |


As nouns the difference between ghoul and goal

is that ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses while goal is gaul.

As a proper noun goal is

britain.

Ghoul vs Creep - What's the difference?

ghoul | creep |


As a noun ghoul

is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

As a proper noun creep is

(derogatory) the committee]] to re-elect the president, which raised money for [[w:richard nixon|richard nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection.

Wraith vs Ghoul - What's the difference?

wraith | ghoul |


As nouns the difference between wraith and ghoul

is that wraith is a ghost or specter, especially seen just after a person's death while ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

Ghoul vs Ghast - What's the difference?

ghoul | ghast |


As a noun ghoul

is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

As a verb ghast is

.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Ghoul vs Cushion - What's the difference?

ghoul | cushion |


As nouns the difference between ghoul and cushion

is that ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses while cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

As a verb cushion is

to furnish with cushions.

Ghoul vs Human - What's the difference?

ghoul | human |


As a noun ghoul

is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

As an adjective human is

(label) classical (of or pertaining to the classical - latin, greek - languages, literature, history and philosophy).

Ghoul vs Devil - What's the difference?

ghoul | devil |


As a noun ghoul

is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

As a proper noun devil is

(theology) the chief devil; satan.

Goblin vs Ghoul - What's the difference?

goblin | ghoul |


As an initialism goblin

is (british|rail transport|informal) line, a railway line in north london.

As a noun ghoul is

(mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

Ghoul vs Fiend - What's the difference?

ghoul | fiend |


As nouns the difference between ghoul and fiend

is that ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses while fiend is (obsolete) an enemy, unfriend, or foe.

Killer vs Ghoul - What's the difference?

killer | ghoul |


As nouns the difference between killer and ghoul

is that killer is an ink eradicator or killer can be a paid killer, a contract killer while ghoul is (mythology|folklore) a spirit said to feed on corpses.

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