losed

Rosed vs Losed - What's the difference?

rosed | losed |


As verbs the difference between rosed and losed

is that rosed is (rose) while losed is (obsolete) (lose).

Losed vs Loped - What's the difference?

losed | loped |


As verbs the difference between losed and loped

is that losed is (obsolete) (lose) while loped is (lope).

Losed vs Loses - What's the difference?

losed | loses |


As a verb losed

is (obsolete) (lose).

As a noun loses is

.

Losed vs Posed - What's the difference?

losed | posed |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between losed and posed

is that losed is (obsolete) (loose) while posed is (obsolete) firm; determined; fixed.

As verbs the difference between losed and posed

is that losed is (obsolete) (lose) while posed is (pose).

As an adjective posed is

(obsolete) firm; determined; fixed.

Looed vs Losed - What's the difference?

looed | losed |


As verbs the difference between looed and losed

is that looed is (loo) while losed is (obsolete) (lose).

Losed vs Lased - What's the difference?

losed | lased |


As verbs the difference between losed and lased

is that losed is (obsolete) (lose) while lased is (lase).

Losed vs Dosed - What's the difference?

losed | dosed |


As verbs the difference between losed and dosed

is that losed is (obsolete) (lose) while dosed is (dose).

Lysed vs Losed - What's the difference?

lysed | losed |


As verbs the difference between lysed and losed

is that lysed is (lyse) while losed is (obsolete) (lose).

Loved vs Losed - What's the difference?

loved | losed |


As verbs the difference between loved and losed

is that loved is (poetic) (love) while losed is (obsolete) (lose).

As an adjective loved

is .

Losed vs Losel - What's the difference?

losed | losel |


As a verb losed

is (obsolete) (lose).

As a noun losel is

(archaic) a worthless or despicable person.

As an adjective losel is

worthless; wasteful.

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