niggle

Niggle vs Nag - What's the difference?

niggle | nag |


As nouns the difference between niggle and nag

is that niggle is a minor complaint or problem while nag is a small horse; a pony or nag can be one who.

As verbs the difference between niggle and nag

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while nag is to repeatedly remind or complain to someone in an annoying way, often about insignificant matters.

Niggle vs Bag - What's the difference?

niggle | bag |


As nouns the difference between niggle and bag

is that niggle is a minor complaint or problem while bag is a flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc.

As verbs the difference between niggle and bag

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while bag is to put into a bag.

Niggle vs Irksome - What's the difference?

niggle | irksome |


As a noun niggle

is a minor complaint or problem.

As a verb niggle

is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock.

As an adjective irksome is

disagreeable or troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition; bothersome; annoying; irritating; wearisome; tedious.

Niggle vs Rankle - What's the difference?

niggle | rankle |


As verbs the difference between niggle and rankle

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while rankle is (intransitive) to cause irritation or deep bitterness.

As a noun niggle

is a minor complaint or problem.

Haggle vs Niggle - What's the difference?

haggle | niggle |


As verbs the difference between haggle and niggle

is that haggle is to argue for a better deal, especially over prices with a seller while niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock.

As a noun niggle is

a minor complaint or problem.

Glitch vs Niggle - What's the difference?

glitch | niggle |


As nouns the difference between glitch and niggle

is that glitch is a problem affecting function; a bug; an imperfection; a quirk while niggle is a minor complaint or problem.

As verbs the difference between glitch and niggle

is that glitch is to experience an intermittent, unexpected, malfunction while niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock.

Niggle vs Dog - What's the difference?

niggle | dog |


As nouns the difference between niggle and dog

is that niggle is a minor complaint or problem while dog is a mammal, canis lupus familiaris , that has been domesticated for thousands of years, of highly variable appearance due to human breeding.

As verbs the difference between niggle and dog

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while dog is to pursue with the intent to catch.

Higgle vs Niggle - What's the difference?

higgle | niggle |


As verbs the difference between higgle and niggle

is that higgle is (archaic) to hawk or peddle provisions while niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock.

As a noun niggle is

a minor complaint or problem.

Niggle vs Niggie - What's the difference?

niggle | niggie |


As nouns the difference between niggle and niggie

is that niggle is a minor complaint or problem while niggie is .

As a verb niggle

is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock.

Niggle vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

niggle | sniggle |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between niggle and sniggle

is that niggle is (obsolete) small, cramped handwriting while sniggle is (obsolete) to steal something of little value; diminutive corruption of snag + diminutive suffix .

As verbs the difference between niggle and sniggle

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

As a noun niggle

is a minor complaint or problem.

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