gird

Gird vs Gibe - What's the difference?

gird | gibe |


As a verb gird

is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As a noun gird

is a sarcastic remark.

As a proper noun gibe is

.

Gird vs Cling - What's the difference?

gird | cling |


In lang=en terms the difference between gird and cling

is that gird is to jeer while cling is to cause to dry up or wither.

As verbs the difference between gird and cling

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while cling is (senseid)to hold very tightly, as to not fall off.

As nouns the difference between gird and cling

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while cling is fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit.

Gird vs Grasp - What's the difference?

gird | grasp |


As a verb gird

is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As a noun gird

is a sarcastic remark.

As an acronym grasp is

(software|object-oriented design).

Gird vs Girth - What's the difference?

gird | girth |


As verbs the difference between gird and girth

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while girth is to bind as if with a girth or band.

As nouns the difference between gird and girth

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while girth is the distance measured around an object.

Gird vs Fortify - What's the difference?

gird | fortify | Synonyms |

Gird is a synonym of fortify.


As verbs the difference between gird and fortify

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while fortify is to increase the defenses of; to strengthen and secure by military works; to render defensible against an attack by hostile forces.

As a noun gird

is a sarcastic remark.

Gird vs Strengthen - What's the difference?

gird | strengthen | Synonyms |

Gird is a synonym of strengthen.


As verbs the difference between gird and strengthen

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while strengthen is (lb) to make strong or stronger; to add strength to; to increase the strength of; to fortify; to reinforce.

As a noun gird

is a sarcastic remark.

Gird vs Buttress - What's the difference?

gird | buttress | Synonyms |

Gird is a synonym of buttress.


As verbs the difference between gird and buttress

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while buttress is to support something physically with, or as if with, a prop or buttress.

As nouns the difference between gird and buttress

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while buttress is (architecture) a brick or stone structure built against another structure to support it.

Gird vs Sustain - What's the difference?

gird | sustain | Synonyms |

Gird is a synonym of sustain.


In lang=en terms the difference between gird and sustain

is that gird is to jeer while sustain is to confirm, prove, or corroborate.

As verbs the difference between gird and sustain

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while sustain is to maintain, or keep in existence.

As nouns the difference between gird and sustain

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while sustain is (music) a mechanism which can be used to hold a note, as the right pedal on a piano.

Gird vs Stiffen - What's the difference?

gird | stiffen | Synonyms |

Gird is a synonym of stiffen.


In lang=en terms the difference between gird and stiffen

is that gird is to jeer while stiffen is to become stiff.

As verbs the difference between gird and stiffen

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while stiffen is to make stiff.

As a noun gird

is a sarcastic remark.

Fasten vs Gird - What's the difference?

fasten | gird |


As nouns the difference between fasten and gird

is that fasten is while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As a verb gird is

to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

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