wounder

Wounder - What does it mean?

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Wander vs Wounder - What's the difference?

wander | wounder |


As nouns the difference between wander and wounder

is that wander is the act or instance of wandering while wounder is one who wounds.

As a verb wander

is (lb) to move without purpose or specified destination; often in search of livelihood.

Terms vs Wounder - What's the difference?

terms | wounder |


As nouns the difference between terms and wounder

is that terms is while wounder is one who wounds.

Wounder vs Woulder - What's the difference?

wounder | woulder |


As nouns the difference between wounder and woulder

is that wounder is one who wounds while woulder is (rare) someone who would.

As a verb woulder is

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Bounder vs Wounder - What's the difference?

bounder | wounder |


As nouns the difference between bounder and wounder

is that bounder is something that bounds or jumps while wounder is one who wounds.

Wounder vs Founder - What's the difference?

wounder | founder |


As nouns the difference between wounder and founder

is that wounder is one who wounds while founder is one who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom something originates; one who endows or founder can be the iron worker in charge of the blast furnace and the smelting operation.

As a verb founder is

of a ship, to fill with water and sink.

Pounder vs Wounder - What's the difference?

pounder | wounder |


As nouns the difference between pounder and wounder

is that pounder is a vessel in which something is pounded, or something used in pounding or pounder can be (only in combination) a gun capable of firing a specified weight of shot while wounder is one who wounds.

Rounder vs Wounder - What's the difference?

rounder | wounder |


As nouns the difference between rounder and wounder

is that rounder is a methodist preacher traveling a circuit, also referred to as a circuit rider while wounder is one who wounds.

As an adjective rounder

is (round).

Wounder vs Sounder - What's the difference?

wounder | sounder |


As nouns the difference between wounder and sounder

is that wounder is one who wounds while sounder is something, or someone who makes a sound.

As an adjective sounder is

(sound).

Wounder vs Wounded - What's the difference?

wounder | wounded |


As nouns the difference between wounder and wounded

is that wounder is one who wounds while wounded is (qualifier) people who are maimed or have wounds.

As a verb wounded is

(wound).

As an adjective wounded is

suffering from a wound, especially one acquired in battle.

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