intuse

Terms vs Intuse - What's the difference?

terms | intuse |


As nouns the difference between terms and intuse

is that terms is while intuse is (obsolete) a bruise; a contusion.

Infuse vs Intuse - What's the difference?

infuse | intuse |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between infuse and intuse

is that infuse is (obsolete) to pour in, as a liquid; to pour (into or upon); to shed while intuse is (obsolete) a bruise; a contusion.

As a verb infuse

is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

As a noun intuse is

(obsolete) a bruise; a contusion.

Intruse vs Intuse - What's the difference?

intruse | intuse |


As an adjective intruse

is (botany) pushed or projecting inward.

As a noun intuse is

(obsolete) a bruise; a contusion.

Intuse vs Intune - What's the difference?

intuse | intune |


As a noun intuse

is (obsolete) a bruise; a contusion.

As a verb intune is

to intone.

Intuse vs Incuse - What's the difference?

intuse | incuse |


As nouns the difference between intuse and incuse

is that intuse is (obsolete) a bruise; a contusion while incuse is an impression hammered or pressed (onto a coin).

As an adjective incuse is

hammered or pressed in (usually on a coin).

As a verb incuse is

to hammer or press (usually onto a coin).