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Chomp vs Gnash - What's the difference?

chomp | gnash |


In lang=en terms the difference between chomp and gnash

is that chomp is to chew something loudly or heavily while gnash is to grind between the teeth.

As verbs the difference between chomp and gnash

is that chomp is to bite or munch loudly or heavily while gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

As a noun chomp

is the act of chomping (see below).

Gnash vs Nibble - What's the difference?

gnash | nibble |


In lang=en terms the difference between gnash and nibble

is that gnash is to grind between the teeth while nibble is to bite lightly.

As verbs the difference between gnash and nibble

is that gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger while nibble is to eat with small, quick bites.

As a noun nibble is

a small, quick bite taken with the front teeth or nibble can be (computing) a unit of memory equal to half a byte, or four bitshttp://foldocorg/nibble.

Gnash - What does it mean?

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Grate vs Gnash - What's the difference?

grate | gnash | Related terms |

Grate is a related term of gnash.


As verbs the difference between grate and gnash

is that grate is to cry or weep while gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

Wikidiffcom vs Gnash - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | gnash |


As a verb gnash is

to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

Gnash vs Grit - What's the difference?

gnash | grit | Related terms |

Gnash is a related term of grit.


As a verb gnash

is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

As a noun grit is

(canada|politics) a member or supporter of the liberal party of canada or one of its provincial wings (except for the quebec provincial wing).

As an adjective grit is

(canada|politics) of or belonging to the liberal party of canada.

Gape vs Gnash - What's the difference?

gape | gnash |


In lang=en terms the difference between gape and gnash

is that gape is to open wide; to display a gap while gnash is to grind between the teeth.

As verbs the difference between gape and gnash

is that gape is to open the mouth wide, especially involuntarily, as in a yawn, anger, or surprise while gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

As a noun gape

is (uncommon) an act of gaping; a yawn.

Rasp vs Gnash - What's the difference?

rasp | gnash | Related terms |

Rasp is a related term of gnash.


In lang=en terms the difference between rasp and gnash

is that rasp is to work something with a rasp while gnash is to grind between the teeth.

As verbs the difference between rasp and gnash

is that rasp is to use a rasp while gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

As a noun rasp

is a coarse file, on which the cutting prominences are distinct points raised by the oblique stroke of a sharp punch, instead of lines raised by a chisel, as on the true file.

Grime vs Gnash - What's the difference?

grime | gnash | Synonyms |

Grime is a synonym of gnash.


As a noun grime

is crumb, bit.

As a verb gnash is

to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

Gnash vs Snash - What's the difference?

gnash | snash |


As a verb gnash

is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger.

As a noun snash is

verbal abuse, guff.

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