jaked

Jaked vs Jawed - What's the difference?

jaked | jawed |


As adjectives the difference between jaked and jawed

is that jaked is drunk, intoxicated while jawed is having jaws.

Jaked vs Jacked - What's the difference?

jaked | jacked |


As adjectives the difference between jaked and jacked

is that jaked is drunk, intoxicated while jacked is (slang) high on drugs or stimulants.

As a verb jacked is

(slang) (jack) (stole).

Jaded vs Jaked - What's the difference?

jaded | jaked |


As adjectives the difference between jaded and jaked

is that jaded is worn out, wearied, exhausted or lacking enthusiasm, due to age or experience while jaked is drunk, intoxicated.

As a verb jaded

is (jade).

Jaked vs Haked - What's the difference?

jaked | haked |


As an adjective jaked

is drunk, intoxicated.

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

As a verb haked is

(hake).

Jaked vs Taked - What's the difference?

jaked | taked |


As an adjective jaked

is drunk, intoxicated.

As a verb taked is

(nonstandard|colloquial) (take).

Maked vs Jaked - What's the difference?

maked | jaked |


As a verb maked

is (nonstandard|colloquial) (make).

As an adjective jaked is

drunk, intoxicated.

Japed vs Jaked - What's the difference?

japed | jaked |


As a verb japed

is (jape).

As an adjective jaked is

drunk, intoxicated.

Jaked vs Oaked - What's the difference?

jaked | oaked |


As adjectives the difference between jaked and oaked

is that jaked is drunk, intoxicated while oaked is describing a wine that has been aged in oak and has acquired flavor from tannins in the wood.

Jaked vs Caked - What's the difference?

jaked | caked |


As adjectives the difference between jaked and caked

is that jaked is drunk, intoxicated while caked is (slang|smoking|of a pipe) empty with nothing left to smoke but ash.

As a verb caked is

(cake).

Faked vs Jaked - What's the difference?

faked | jaked |


As a verb faked

is (fake).

As an adjective jaked is

drunk, intoxicated.

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