kink

Kink vs Twin - What's the difference?

kink | twin |


As nouns the difference between kink and twin

is that kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while twin is (baseball) a player that plays for the.

As a verb kink

is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

Bind vs Kink - What's the difference?

bind | kink |


In lang=en terms the difference between bind and kink

is that bind is to put together in a cover, as of books while kink is to be formed into a kink or twist.

As verbs the difference between bind and kink

is that bind is to tie; to confine by any ligature while kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

As nouns the difference between bind and kink

is that bind is that which binds or ties while kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

Crisp vs Kink - What's the difference?

crisp | kink |


In lang=en terms the difference between crisp and kink

is that crisp is to become crisp while kink is to be formed into a kink or twist.

As nouns the difference between crisp and kink

is that crisp is (british) a thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack while kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

As verbs the difference between crisp and kink

is that crisp is to make crisp while kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

As an adjective crisp

is (of something seen or heard) sharp, clearly defined.

Kink vs Frizzly - What's the difference?

kink | frizzly |


As a verb kink

is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

As a noun kink

is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

As an adjective frizzly is

having small, tight curls.

Crease vs Kink - What's the difference?

crease | kink |


In lang=en terms the difference between crease and kink

is that crease is to lightly bloody; to graze while kink is to be formed into a kink or twist.

As nouns the difference between crease and kink

is that crease is a line or mark made by folding or doubling any pliable substance; hence, a similar mark, however produced or crease can be while kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

As verbs the difference between crease and kink

is that crease is to make a crease in; to wrinkle while kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

Kink vs Hobby - What's the difference?

kink | hobby |


As a verb kink

is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

As a noun kink

is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc.

As a proper noun hobby is

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Kink vs Deformation - What's the difference?

kink | deformation |


As nouns the difference between kink and deformation

is that kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while deformation is deformation.

As a verb kink

is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist.

Kink vs Coil - What's the difference?

kink | coil | Synonyms |

Kink is a synonym of coil.


As verbs the difference between kink and coil

is that kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist while coil is to wind or reel eg a wire or rope into regular rings, often around a centerpiece.

As nouns the difference between kink and coil

is that kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while coil is something wound in the form of a helix or spiral or coil can be a noise, tumult, bustle, or turmoil.

Kink vs Turn - What's the difference?

kink | turn | Related terms |

Kink is a related term of turn.


As verbs the difference between kink and turn

is that kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist while turn is (lb) non-linear physical movement .

As nouns the difference between kink and turn

is that kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while turn is a change of direction or orientation.

Kink vs Whimsy - What's the difference?

kink | whimsy | Related terms |

Kink is a related term of whimsy.


In lang=en terms the difference between kink and whimsy

is that kink is to be formed into a kink or twist while whimsy is to fill with whimsies or whims; to make fantastic; to craze.

As verbs the difference between kink and whimsy

is that kink is to laugh loudly or kink can be to form a kink or twist while whimsy is to fill with whimsies or whims; to make fantastic; to craze.

As nouns the difference between kink and whimsy

is that kink is a convulsive fit of coughing or laughter; a sonorous indraft of breath; a whoop; a gasp of breath caused by laughing, coughing, or crying or kink can be a tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material, hair etc while whimsy is a quaint and fanciful idea a whim playfully odd behaviour.

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