mannequin

Dress vs Mannequin - What's the difference?

dress | mannequin |


As nouns the difference between dress and mannequin

is that dress is (countable) an item of clothing (usually worn by a woman or young girl) which both covers the upper part of the body and includes skirts below the waist while mannequin is model.

As a verb dress

is (obsolete|reflexive|intransitive) to prepare oneself; to make ready.

Puppet vs Mannequin - What's the difference?

puppet | mannequin |


As nouns the difference between puppet and mannequin

is that puppet is any small model of a person or animal able to be moved by strings or rods, or in the form of a glove while mannequin is model.

Mannequin vs Manacle - What's the difference?

mannequin | manacle |


As nouns the difference between mannequin and manacle

is that mannequin is model while manacle is a shackle, consisting of a pair of joined rings, to restrict the free movement of the hands or feet.

As a verb manacle is

to confine with manacles.

Mannequin vs Statue - What's the difference?

mannequin | statue |


As a noun mannequin

is model.

As a verb statue is

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Mannequin vs Manakin - What's the difference?

mannequin | manakin |


As nouns the difference between mannequin and manakin

is that mannequin is model while manakin is any of several small, passerine, south american birds of the family pipridae.

Taxonomy vs Mannequin - What's the difference?

taxonomy | mannequin |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and mannequin

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while mannequin is model.

Mannequin vs Agalmatophilia - What's the difference?

mannequin | agalmatophilia |


As nouns the difference between mannequin and agalmatophilia

is that mannequin is model while agalmatophilia is a paraphilia characterised by the sexual attraction to a statue, doll, mannequin, or other similar figurative object.

Mannequin vs Mannequinlike - What's the difference?

mannequin | mannequinlike |


As a noun mannequin

is model.

As an adjective mannequinlike is

resembling a mannequin; thus stiff or statuesque.

Mannequin vs Effigy - What's the difference?

mannequin | effigy |


As nouns the difference between mannequin and effigy

is that mannequin is a dummy, or life-size model of the human body, used for the fitting or displaying of clothes while effigy is a dummy or other crude representation of a person, group or object that is hated.

Mannequin vs Jsonjs - What's the difference?

mannequin | jsonjs |

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