harbour

Harbour vs Undefined - What's the difference?

harbour | undefined |


As a noun harbour

is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Harbour vs Bridge - What's the difference?

harbour | bridge |


As a noun harbour

is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.

Harbinger vs Harbour - What's the difference?

harbinger | harbour |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between harbinger and harbour

is that harbinger is (obsolete) one who provides lodgings; especially, the officer of the english royal household who formerly preceded the court when travelling, to provide and prepare lodgings while harbour is (obsolete) a house of the zodiac.

In lang=en terms the difference between harbinger and harbour

is that harbinger is to announce; to be a harbinger of while harbour is to accept, as with a belief.

As nouns the difference between harbinger and harbour

is that harbinger is a person or thing that foreshadows or foretells the coming of someone or something while harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As verbs the difference between harbinger and harbour

is that harbinger is to announce; to be a harbinger of while harbour is to provide shelter or refuge for.

Foster vs Harbour - What's the difference?

foster | harbour |


As a proper noun foster

is , variant of forster.

As a noun harbour is

(obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As a verb harbour is

to provide shelter or refuge for.

Harbour vs Hide - What's the difference?

harbour | hide |


In lang=en terms the difference between harbour and hide

is that harbour is to accept, as with a belief while hide is to put oneself in a place where one will be harder to find or out of sight.

As nouns the difference between harbour and hide

is that harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge while hide is (countable) (mainly british) a covered structure from which hunters, birdwatchers, etc can observe animals without scaring them or hide can be (countable) the skin of an animal or hide can be a medieval land measure equal to the amount of land that could sustain one free family; usually 100 acres forty hides equalled a barony.

As verbs the difference between harbour and hide

is that harbour is to provide shelter or refuge for while hide is to put (something) in a place where it will be harder to discover or out of sight or hide can be to beat with a whip made from hide.

Harbour vs Entertain - What's the difference?

harbour | entertain |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between harbour and entertain

is that harbour is (obsolete) a house of the zodiac while entertain is (obsolete) reception of a guest; welcome.

In lang=en terms the difference between harbour and entertain

is that harbour is to accept, as with a belief while entertain is to receive and take into consideration; to have a thought in mind.

As nouns the difference between harbour and entertain

is that harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge while entertain is (obsolete) ; pleasure.

As verbs the difference between harbour and entertain

is that harbour is to provide shelter or refuge for while entertain is to amuse (someone); to engage the attention of agreeably.

Harbour vs Heaven - What's the difference?

harbour | heaven |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between harbour and heaven

is that harbour is (obsolete) a house of the zodiac while heaven is (obsolete) the sky, particularly its distant aspect as the abode of the sun, moon, and stars.

As a noun harbour

is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.

As a proper noun heaven is

(religion) the abode of god or the gods, when considered as a specific location; the abode of the blessed departed who reside in the presence of god or the gods.

Harbour vs Estuary - What's the difference?

harbour | estuary | Related terms |

Harbour is a related term of estuary.


As nouns the difference between harbour and estuary

is that harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge while estuary is coastal water body where ocean tides and river water merge.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.

Harbour vs Bear - What's the difference?

harbour | bear |


As a noun harbour

is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.

As a pronoun bear is

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Harbour vs Docks - What's the difference?

harbour | docks |


As nouns the difference between harbour and docks

is that harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge while docks is .

As verbs the difference between harbour and docks

is that harbour is to provide shelter or refuge for while docks is (dock).

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