josher

Joshes vs Josher - What's the difference?

joshes | josher |


As an adjective joshes

is alluring, enticing, sexy.

As a noun josher is

a person who joshes or ridicules.

Tosher vs Josher - What's the difference?

tosher | josher |


As nouns the difference between tosher and josher

is that tosher is (historical|cant) a thief who steals the copper siding from the bottoms of vessels, particularly in or along the thames while josher is a person who joshes or ridicules.

As an adjective tosher

is (tosh).

Josher vs Joshed - What's the difference?

josher | joshed |


As a noun josher

is a person who joshes or ridicules.

As a verb joshed is

(josh).

Josser vs Josher - What's the difference?

josser | josher |


As nouns the difference between josser and josher

is that josser is an outsider working in a circus while josher is a person who joshes or ridicules.

Josher vs Posher - What's the difference?

josher | posher |


As a noun josher

is a person who joshes or ridicules.

As an adjective posher is

(posh).

Josher vs Cosher - What's the difference?

josher | cosher |


As a noun josher

is a person who joshes or ridicules.

As a verb cosher is

to levy certain exactions or tribute upon; to lodge and eat at the expense of.

Nosher vs Josher - What's the difference?

nosher | josher |


As nouns the difference between nosher and josher

is that nosher is (colloquial) someone who noshes, an eater while josher is a person who joshes or ridicules.

Josher vs Mosher - What's the difference?

josher | mosher |


As nouns the difference between josher and mosher

is that josher is a person who joshes or ridicules while mosher is one who moshes.

Kosher vs Josher - What's the difference?

kosher | josher |


As an adjective kosher

is (of food) prepared in accordance with jewish religious practices.

As a verb kosher

is to make kosher.

As a noun josher is

a person who joshes or ridicules.

Ridicule vs Josher - What's the difference?

ridicule | josher |


As nouns the difference between ridicule and josher

is that ridicule is derision; mocking or humiliating words or behaviour while josher is a person who joshes or ridicules.

As a verb ridicule

is to criticize or disapprove of someone or something through scornful jocularity; to make fun of.

As an adjective ridicule

is (obsolete) ridiculous.

Pages