lolly

Lolly vs Dough - What's the difference?

lolly | dough | Synonyms |

Lolly is a synonym of dough.


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As a noun dough is

a thick, malleable substance made by mixing flour with other ingredients such as water, eggs, and/or butter, that is made into a particular form and then baked.

As a verb dough is

to make into dough.

Lolly vs Zolly - What's the difference?

lolly | zolly |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As a noun zolly is

dolly zoom.

Lolly vs Dolly - What's the difference?

lolly | dolly |


As proper nouns the difference between lolly and dolly

is that lolly is while dolly is a diminutive of the female given name dorothy, and later also of dolores.

Lolly vs Loll - What's the difference?

lolly | loll |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As a verb loll is

to act lazily or indolently; to recline; to lean; to throw one's self down; to lie at ease.

Lully vs Lolly - What's the difference?

lully | lolly |


As an interjection lully

is .

As a proper noun lolly is

.

Lolly vs Colly - What's the difference?

lolly | colly |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Lolly vs Lolli - What's the difference?

lolly | lolli |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As a noun lolli is

lollipop (the sweet).

Lolly vs Blolly - What's the difference?

lolly | blolly |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As a noun blolly is

a shrub or small tree of southern florida and the west indies, with smooth oval leaves and a hard, ten-ribbed fruit.

Lolly vs Golly - What's the difference?

lolly | golly |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As an interjection golly is

(euphemistic) god!.

As a noun golly is

or golly can be (uk) a galosh or golly can be (australian slang|juvenile) chewing gum.

As a verb golly is

(australia|juvenile) to spit; to force up phlegm from one's throat golly'”, entry in '''1984 , eric partridge, ''a dictionary of slang and unconventional english , 8th edition, reprinted 2000, [http://booksgooglecomau/books?id=tvrp1whvfusc&pg=pa483&dq=%22golliwog%22|%22golliwogs%22+partridge+-intitle:%22%22+-inauthor:%22%22&hl=en&sa=x&ei=oe5it9-uhrg5iafdui30bq&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false page 483].

Holly vs Lolly - What's the difference?

holly | lolly |


As proper nouns the difference between holly and lolly

is that holly is while lolly is .

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