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Fodder vs Grass - What's the difference?

fodder | grass |


As a noun fodder

is food for animals; that which is fed to cattle, horses, and sheep, such as hay, cornstalks, vegetables, etc.

As a verb fodder

is (dialect) to feed animals (with fodder).

As a proper noun grass is

.

Cupboard vs Grass - What's the difference?

cupboard | grass |


As a noun cupboard

is an enclosed storage space with a door, usually having shelves, used to store crockery, food, etc.

As a verb cupboard

is to collect, as into a cupboard; to hoard.

As a proper noun grass is

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Water vs Grass - What's the difference?

water | grass |


As a noun water

is (uncountable) a chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula h₂o, required by all forms of life on earth.

As a verb water

is to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).

As a proper noun grass is

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Sunflower vs Grass - What's the difference?

sunflower | grass |


As a noun sunflower

is any plant of the genus helianthus , so called probably from the form and color of its floral head, having the form of a large disk surrounded by yellow ray flowers.

As a proper noun grass is

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Forests vs Grass - What's the difference?

forests | grass |


As a noun forests

is .

As a verb forests

is (forest).

As a proper noun grass is

.

Grass vs Leaves - What's the difference?

grass | leaves |


As a proper noun grass

is .

As a noun leaves is

or leaves can be .

As a verb leaves is

(leave).

Grass vs Fern - What's the difference?

grass | fern |


As proper nouns the difference between grass and fern

is that grass is while fern is (female) from the fern plant.

Grass vs Plumes - What's the difference?

grass | plumes |


As a proper noun grass

is .

As a verb plumes is

.

Field vs Grass - What's the difference?

field | grass |


As proper nouns the difference between field and grass

is that field is while grass is .

Food vs Grass - What's the difference?

food | grass |


As a noun food

is (uncountable) any substance that can be consumed by living organisms, especially by eating, in order to sustain life.

As a proper noun grass is

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