lyncher

Lyncher vs Lynched - What's the difference?

lyncher | lynched |


As a noun lyncher

is one who lynches.

As a verb lynched is

(lynch).

Luncher vs Lyncher - What's the difference?

luncher | lyncher |


As nouns the difference between luncher and lyncher

is that luncher is someone who lunches, someone who eats lunch while lyncher is one who lynches.

Lyncher vs Lynches - What's the difference?

lyncher | lynches |


As a noun lyncher

is one who lynches.

As a verb lynches is

(lynch).

Lynchet vs Lyncher - What's the difference?

lynchet | lyncher |


As nouns the difference between lynchet and lyncher

is that lynchet is (archaeology) a bank of earth that slowly builds up on the lower slope of a ploughed field; a feature of ancient field systems while lyncher is one who lynches.

Lynch vs Lyncher - What's the difference?

lynch | lyncher |


As nouns the difference between lynch and lyncher

is that lynch is while lyncher is one who lynches.

As a verb lynch

is (pejorative) to execute (somebody) without a proper legal trial or procedure, especially by hanging.