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Gobble vs Wheek - What's the difference?

gobble | wheek |


As verbs the difference between gobble and wheek

is that gobble is to make the sound of a turkey while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As nouns the difference between gobble and wheek

is that gobble is the sound of a turkey while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

Meow vs Gobble - What's the difference?

meow | gobble |


As nouns the difference between meow and gobble

is that meow is the cry of a cat while gobble is the sound of a turkey.

As verbs the difference between meow and gobble

is that meow is of a cat, to make its cry while gobble is to make the sound of a turkey.

As an interjection meow

is the cry of a cat.

Gobble vs Feed - What's the difference?

gobble | feed |


As verbs the difference between gobble and feed

is that gobble is to make the sound of a turkey while feed is (lb) to give (someone or something) food to eat or feed can be (fee).

As nouns the difference between gobble and feed

is that gobble is the sound of a turkey while feed is (uncountable) food given to (especially herbivorous) animals.

Consume vs Gobble - What's the difference?

consume | gobble |


As verbs the difference between consume and gobble

is that consume is while gobble is to make the sound of a turkey.

As a noun gobble is

the sound of a turkey.

Chomp vs Gobble - What's the difference?

chomp | gobble |


As nouns the difference between chomp and gobble

is that chomp is the act of chomping (see below) while gobble is the sound of a turkey.

As verbs the difference between chomp and gobble

is that chomp is to bite or munch loudly or heavily while gobble is to make the sound of a turkey.

Gobble vs Nibble - What's the difference?

gobble | nibble |


As verbs the difference between gobble and nibble

is that gobble is to make the sound of a turkey while nibble is to eat with small, quick bites.

As nouns the difference between gobble and nibble

is that gobble is the sound of a turkey while 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.

Gluttony vs Gobble - What's the difference?

gluttony | gobble |


As nouns the difference between gluttony and gobble

is that gluttony is the vice of eating to excess while gobble is the sound of a turkey.

As a verb gobble is

to make the sound of a turkey.

Scarf vs Gobble - What's the difference?

scarf | gobble |


As nouns the difference between scarf and gobble

is that scarf is a long, often knitted, garment worn around the neck or scarf can be a type of joint in woodworking or scarf can be (scotland) a cormorant while gobble is the sound of a turkey.

As verbs the difference between scarf and gobble

is that scarf is to throw on loosely; to put on like a scarf or scarf can be to shape by grinding or scarf can be (transitive|us|slang) to eat very quickly while gobble is to make the sound of a turkey.

Gobble vs Cackle - What's the difference?

gobble | cackle | Synonyms |

Gobble is a synonym of cackle.


As verbs the difference between gobble and cackle

is that gobble is to make the sound of a turkey while cackle is to make a sharp, broken noise or cry, as a hen or goose does.

As nouns the difference between gobble and cackle

is that gobble is the sound of a turkey while cackle is the cry of a hen or goose, especially when laying an egg.

Gobble vs Engulf - What's the difference?

gobble | engulf |


As verbs the difference between gobble and engulf

is that gobble is to make the sound of a turkey while engulf is to overwhelm.

As a noun gobble

is the sound of a turkey.

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