mast

Have vs Mast - What's the difference?

have | mast |


As an adjective have

is gaunt; pale and thin.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Halyard vs Mast - What's the difference?

halyard | mast |


As a noun halyard

is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Rig vs Mast - What's the difference?

rig | mast |


As a noun rig

is (slang|nautical) the rigging of a sailing ship or other such craft or rig can be (uk|scotland|dialect) a ridge or rig can be (obsolete) a wanton; one given to unbecoming conduct.

As a verb rig

is to fit out with a harness or other equipment.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Mast vs Castle - What's the difference?

mast | castle |


As a pronoun mast

is .

As a proper noun castle is

.

Mast vs Proud - What's the difference?

mast | proud |


As a pronoun mast

is .

As an adjective proud is

gratified; feeling honoured (by something); feeling satisfied or happy about a fact or event.

Mast vs Spars - What's the difference?

mast | spars |


As a pronoun mast

is .

As a noun spars is

.

Mast vs Pike - What's the difference?

mast | pike |


As a pronoun mast

is .

As a noun pike is

drop.

Pillar vs Mast - What's the difference?

pillar | mast |


As a noun pillar

is (architecture) a large post, often used as supporting architecture.

As a verb pillar

is to provide with pillars or added strength as if from pillars.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Piller vs Mast - What's the difference?

piller | mast |


As a noun piller

is (label) a plunderer or thief.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Mast vs Mamma - What's the difference?

mast | mamma |


As a pronoun mast

is .

As a noun mamma is

mommy, mum, mummy.

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