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Hull vs Hail - What's the difference?

hull | hail |


As verbs the difference between hull and hail

is that hull is while hail is (impersonal) said of the weather when hail is falling or hail can be to greet; give salutation to; salute.

As a noun hail is

balls or pieces of ice falling as precipitation, often in connection with a thunderstorm.

As an adjective hail is

(obsolete) healthy, whole, safe.

As an interjection hail is

an exclamation of respectful or reverent salutation, or, occasionally, of familiar greeting.

London vs Hull - What's the difference?

london | hull |


As a proper noun london

is the capital city of the united kingdom and of england, situated near the mouth of the river thames in southeast england, with a metropolitan population of more than 12,000,000.

As a verb hull is

.

Housing vs Hull - What's the difference?

housing | hull |


As verbs the difference between housing and hull

is that housing is while hull is .

As a noun housing

is (uncountable) the activity of enclosing something or providing a residence for someone.

Rind vs Hull - What's the difference?

rind | hull |


As a noun rind

is a bovine animal, cow, ox, head of cattle.

As a verb hull is

.

Hold vs Hull - What's the difference?

hold | hull |


As a proper noun hold

is moon.

As a verb hull is

.

Hull vs Sail - What's the difference?

hull | sail |


As a verb hull

is .

As a noun sail is

salt.

Crust vs Hull - What's the difference?

crust | hull |


As verbs the difference between crust and hull

is that crust is to cover with a crust while hull is .

As a noun crust

is a more solid, dense or hard layer on a surface or boundary.

Hull vs Tm - What's the difference?

hull | tm |


As a verb hull

is .

As a symbol tm is

(label) symbol for thulium.

Sheila vs Hull - What's the difference?

sheila | hull |


As a proper noun sheila

is or sheila can be .

As a verb hull is

.

Hull vs Haul - What's the difference?

hull | haul |


As verbs the difference between hull and haul

is that hull is while haul is to carry something; to transport something, with a connotation that the item is heavy or otherwise difficult to move.

As a noun haul is

a long drive, especially transporting/hauling heavy cargo.

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