leek

Leek vs Fennel - What's the difference?

leek | fennel |


As nouns the difference between leek and fennel

is that leek is while fennel is a plant, foeniculum vulgare , of the parsley family, which has a sweet, anise-like flavor.

Seep vs Leek - What's the difference?

seep | leek |


As nouns the difference between seep and leek

is that seep is a small spring, pool, or other place where liquid from the ground (eg water, petroleum or tar) has oozed to the surface while leek is .

As a verb seep

is to ooze, or pass slowly through pores or other small openings.

Ramp vs Leek - What's the difference?

ramp | leek |


As nouns the difference between ramp and leek

is that ramp is an inclined surface that connects two levels; an incline or ramp can be an american plant, , related to the onion; a wild leek while leek is .

As a verb ramp

is to behave violently; to rage.

Wikidiffcom vs Leek - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | leek |


As a noun leek is

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Leek vs Cerey - What's the difference?

leek | cerey |

Leek vs Garlicleaves - What's the difference?

leek | garlicleaves |

Leek vs Eek - What's the difference?

leek | eek |


As a noun leek

is .

As a proper noun eek is

a river in alaska.

Lee vs Leek - What's the difference?

lee | leek |


As a proper noun lee

is for someone who lived near a meadow (the anglo-saxon for meadow being ley or leag).

As a noun leek is

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Leek vs Cleek - What's the difference?

leek | cleek |


As nouns the difference between leek and cleek

is that leek is while cleek is (chiefly|scotland) a large hook.

Lees vs Leek - What's the difference?

lees | leek |


As nouns the difference between lees and leek

is that lees is (plural only) the sediment that settles during fermentation of beverages, consisting of dead yeast and precipitated parts of the fruit or lees can be (sailing) while leek is .

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