miss

Miss vs That - What's the difference?

miss | that |


As nouns the difference between miss and that

is that miss is form of address for an unmarried woman while that is .

Miss vs Divert - What's the difference?

miss | divert |


As a noun miss

is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb divert is

to turn aside from a course.

Want vs Miss - What's the difference?

want | miss |


As a proper noun want

is a personification of want.

As a noun miss is

form of address for an unmarried woman.

Mizz vs Miss - What's the difference?

mizz | miss |


As nouns the difference between mizz and miss

is that mizz is while miss is form of address for an unmarried woman.

Miss vs Mit - What's the difference?

miss | mit |


As a noun miss

is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb mit is

.

Miss vs Forfeit - What's the difference?

miss | forfeit |


As nouns the difference between miss and forfeit

is that miss is form of address for an unmarried woman while forfeit is a penalty for or consequence of a misdemeanor.

As a verb forfeit is

to suffer the loss of something by wrongdoing or non-compliance.

As an adjective forfeit is

lost or alienated for an offense or crime; liable to penal seizure.

Miss vs Hanker - What's the difference?

miss | hanker |


As a noun miss

is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb hanker is

to crave, want or desire.

Flutter vs Miss - What's the difference?

flutter | miss |


As nouns the difference between flutter and miss

is that flutter is the act of fluttering; quick and irregular motion while miss is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb flutter

is (lb) to flap or wave quickly but irregularly.

Loos vs Miss - What's the difference?

loos | miss |


As nouns the difference between loos and miss

is that loos is praise, fame, reputation or loos can be while miss is form of address for an unmarried woman.

Miss vs Cease - What's the difference?

miss | cease |


As a noun miss

is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb cease is

(formal|intransitive) to stop.

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