hunch

Feel vs Hunch - What's the difference?

feel | hunch |


As verbs the difference between feel and hunch

is that feel is (lb) to use the sense of touch while hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

As nouns the difference between feel and hunch

is that feel is a quality of an object experienced by touch while hunch is a hump; a protuberance.

As a pronoun feel

is .

As an adjective feel

is .

As an adverb feel

is .

Filing vs Hunch - What's the difference?

filing | hunch |


As nouns the difference between filing and hunch

is that filing is any particle that has been removed by a file or similar implement; a shaving while hunch is a hump; a protuberance.

As verbs the difference between filing and hunch

is that filing is while hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

Hunch vs Croup - What's the difference?

hunch | croup |


As nouns the difference between hunch and croup

is that hunch is a hump; a protuberance while croup is the top of the rump of a horse or other quadruped or croup can be (pathology) an infectious illness of the larynx, especially in young children, causing respiratory difficulty.

As verbs the difference between hunch and croup

is that hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean while croup is (obsolete|outside|dialects) to croak, make a hoarse noise.

Tilt vs Hunch - What's the difference?

tilt | hunch |


In lang=en terms the difference between tilt and hunch

is that tilt is to cover with a tilt, or awning while hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

As verbs the difference between tilt and hunch

is that tilt is to slope or incline (something); to slant or tilt can be to cover with a tilt, or awning while hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

As nouns the difference between tilt and hunch

is that tilt is a slope or inclination (uncountable) or tilt can be a canvas covering for carts, boats, etc while hunch is a hump; a protuberance.

Crossbody vs Hunch - What's the difference?

crossbody | hunch |


As nouns the difference between crossbody and hunch

is that crossbody is (wrestling) a move in which a wrestler jumps onto his opponent and lands horizontally across the opponent's torso, forcing them to the mat while hunch is a hump; a protuberance.

As a verb hunch is

to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

Conjecture vs Hunch - What's the difference?

conjecture | hunch |


As verbs the difference between conjecture and hunch

is that conjecture is while hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

As a noun hunch is

a hump; a protuberance.

Hunch vs Huddle - What's the difference?

hunch | huddle |


As a noun hunch

is a hump; a protuberance.

As a verb hunch

is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

As a proper noun huddle is

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Vision vs Hunch - What's the difference?

vision | hunch |


As nouns the difference between vision and hunch

is that vision is ghost while hunch is a hump; a protuberance.

As a verb hunch is

to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

Hunch vs Shoulder - What's the difference?

hunch | shoulder |


In lang=en terms the difference between hunch and shoulder

is that hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean while shoulder is to move by or as if by using one's shoulders.

As nouns the difference between hunch and shoulder

is that hunch is a hump; a protuberance while shoulder is (lb) the part of an animal's body between the base of the neck and forearm socket .

As verbs the difference between hunch and shoulder

is that hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean while shoulder is to push (a person or thing) using one's shoulder.

Hunch vs Assume - What's the difference?

hunch | assume |


As verbs the difference between hunch and assume

is that hunch is to slouch, stoop, curl, or lean while assume is .

As a noun hunch

is a hump; a protuberance.

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