hank

Influence vs Hank - What's the difference?

influence | hank |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between influence and hank

is that influence is (obsolete) the action of flowing in; influx while hank is (obsolete) hold; influence.

As nouns the difference between influence and hank

is that influence is the power to affect, control or manipulate something or someone; the ability to change the development of fluctuating things such as conduct, thoughts or decisions while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between influence and hank

is that influence is to affect by gentle action; to exert an influence upon; to modify, bias, or sway; to persuade or induce while hank is to form into hanks.

Hold vs Hank - What's the difference?

hold | hank |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between hold and hank

is that hold is (obsolete) gracious; friendly; faithful; true while hank is (obsolete) hold; influence.

As verbs the difference between hold and hank

is that hold is (lb) to grasp or grip while hank is to form into hanks.

As nouns the difference between hold and hank

is that hold is a grasp or grip or hold can be (nautical|aviation) the cargo area of a ship or aircraft, (often cargo hold ) while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As an adjective hold

is (obsolete) gracious; friendly; faithful; true.

Tangle vs Hank - What's the difference?

tangle | hank |


As verbs the difference between tangle and hank

is that tangle is to become mixed together or intertwined while hank is to form into hanks.

As nouns the difference between tangle and hank

is that tangle is a tangled twisted mass or tangle can be any large type of seaweed, especially a species of laminaria while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

Mess vs Hank - What's the difference?

mess | hank |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between mess and hank

is that mess is (obsolete) mass; church service while hank is (obsolete) hold; influence.

As nouns the difference between mess and hank

is that mess is (obsolete) mass; church service or mess can be a disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between mess and hank

is that mess is (label) to take meals with a mess or mess can be (label) to make a mess of while hank is to form into hanks.

Difficulty vs Hank - What's the difference?

difficulty | hank |


As nouns the difference between difficulty and hank

is that difficulty is the state of being difficult, or hard to do while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As a verb hank is

to form into hanks.

Doubt vs Hank - What's the difference?

doubt | hank |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between doubt and hank

is that doubt is (obsolete) to fill with fear; to affright while hank is (obsolete) hold; influence.

As nouns the difference between doubt and hank

is that doubt is uncertainty, disbelief while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between doubt and hank

is that doubt is (ambitransitive) to lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect while hank is to form into hanks.

Stay vs Hank - What's the difference?

stay | hank |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between stay and hank

is that stay is (nautical) a station or fixed anchorage for vessels while hank is (nautical) a ring or shackle that secures a staysail to its stay and allows the sail to glide smoothly up and down.

In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stay and hank

is that stay is (obsolete) hindrance; let; check while hank is (obsolete) hold; influence.

As nouns the difference between stay and hank

is that stay is (nautical) a strong rope supporting a mast, and leading from the head of one mast down to some other, or other part of the vessel or stay can be a prop; a support while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between stay and hank

is that stay is (nautical) to incline forward, aft, or to one side by means of stays or stay can be to prop; support; sustain; hold up; steady while hank is to form into hanks.

As an adjective stay

is steep; ascending.

As an adverb stay

is steeply.

Staysail vs Hank - What's the difference?

staysail | hank |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between staysail and hank

is that staysail is (nautical) a fore-and-aft rigged sail whose luff can be affixed to a stay running forward from a mast to the deck, the bowsprit or to another mast while hank is (nautical) a ring or shackle that secures a staysail to its stay and allows the sail to glide smoothly up and down.

As nouns the difference between staysail and hank

is that staysail is (nautical) a fore-and-aft rigged sail whose luff can be affixed to a stay running forward from a mast to the deck, the bowsprit or to another mast while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As a verb hank is

to form into hanks.

Shackle vs Hank - What's the difference?

shackle | hank |


As nouns the difference between shackle and hank

is that shackle is a restraint fit over a human or animal appendage, such as a wrist, ankle or finger usually used in plural, to indicate a pair joined by a chain; a hobble while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between shackle and hank

is that shackle is to restrain using ; to place in shackles while hank is to form into hanks.

Ring vs Hank - What's the difference?

ring | hank |


As nouns the difference between ring and hank

is that ring is (label) a solid object in the shape of a circle or ring can be the resonant sound of a bell, or a sound resembling it or ring can be (algebra) an algebraic structure which consists of a set with two binary operations, an additive operation and a multiplicative operation, such that the set is an abelian group under the additive operation, a monoid under the multiplicative operation, and such that the multiplicative operation is distributive with respect to the additive operation while hank is a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As verbs the difference between ring and hank

is that ring is to surround or enclose or ring can be of a bell, to produce sound while hank is to form into hanks.

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