hunt

Hunt vs Gather - What's the difference?

hunt | gather |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a verb gather is

to collect; normally separate things.

As a noun gather is

a plait or fold in cloth, made by drawing a thread through it; a pucker.

Hunt vs Rundown - What's the difference?

hunt | rundown |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a noun rundown is

a rough outline generally used in the definite, as the rundown .

As an adjective rundown is

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Hunt vs Look - What's the difference?

hunt | look |


As proper nouns the difference between hunt and look

is that hunt is for a hunter (for game, birds etc) while look is or look can be .

Tart vs Hunt - What's the difference?

tart | hunt |


As an adjective tart

is sharp to the taste; acid; sour.

As a noun tart

is a type of small open pie, or piece of pastry, containing jelly or conserve; a sort of fruit pie or tart can be (british|slang) a prostitute.

As a verb tart

is to practice prostitution.

As a proper noun hunt is

for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

Roam vs Hunt - What's the difference?

roam | hunt |


As a verb roam

is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a proper noun hunt is

for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

Hunt vs Scavenge - What's the difference?

hunt | scavenge |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a verb scavenge is

to collect and remove refuse, or to search through refuse, carrion, or abandoned items for useful material.

Hunt vs Capture - What's the difference?

hunt | capture |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a verb capture is

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Hunt vs Trace - What's the difference?

hunt | trace |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a verb trace is

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Hunt vs Stalk - What's the difference?

hunt | stalk |


As a proper noun hunt

is for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

As a noun stalk is

the stem or main axis of a plant, which supports the seed-carrying parts or stalk can be a particular episode of trying to follow or contact someone.

As a verb stalk is

(lb) to approach slowly and quietly in order not to be discovered when getting closer or stalk can be to walk haughtily.

Scrounge vs Hunt - What's the difference?

scrounge | hunt |


As a verb scrounge

is to hunt about, especially for something of nominal value; to scavenge or glean.

As a noun scrounge

is someone who scrounges; a scrounger.

As a proper noun hunt is

for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

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