millstone

Millstone - What does it mean?

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Whetstone vs Millstone - What's the difference?

whetstone | millstone |


As a proper noun whetstone

is a location in barnet, london, england.

As a noun millstone is

a large round stone used for grinding grain.

Tablestone vs Millstone - What's the difference?

tablestone | millstone |


As a noun millstone is

a large round stone used for grinding grain.

Flourmill vs Millstone - What's the difference?

flourmill | millstone |


As a noun millstone is

a large round stone used for grinding grain.

Millstone vs Milestone - What's the difference?

millstone | milestone |


As nouns the difference between millstone and milestone

is that millstone is a large round stone used for grinding grain while milestone is a stone milepost (or by extension in other materials), one of a series of numbered markers placed along a road at regular intervals, typically at the side of the road or in a median.

As a verb milestone is

to place milestones along (a road, etc).

Taxonomy vs Millstone - What's the difference?

taxonomy | millstone |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and millstone

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while millstone is a large round stone used for grinding grain.

Millstone vs Rynd - What's the difference?

millstone | rynd |


As nouns the difference between millstone and rynd

is that millstone is a large round stone used for grinding grain while rynd is a piece of iron crossing the hole in the upper millstone, by which the stone is supported on the spindle.

Millstone vs Stoneground - What's the difference?

millstone | stoneground |


As a noun millstone

is a large round stone used for grinding grain.

As an adjective stoneground is

describing flour that has been ground with millstones rather than steel rollers.

Millstone vs Millrind - What's the difference?

millstone | millrind |


As nouns the difference between millstone and millrind

is that millstone is a large round stone used for grinding grain while millrind is an iron support, usually four-armed or cross-shaped, for the turning ("runner") stone in a pair of millstones.

Grindingstone vs Millstone - What's the difference?

grindingstone | millstone |

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