nippy

Nippy vs Fonts - What's the difference?

nippy | fonts |


As nouns the difference between nippy and fonts

is that nippy is (uk|dated) a waitress in a while fonts is .

Nipping vs Nippy - What's the difference?

nipping | nippy |


As nouns the difference between nipping and nippy

is that nipping is the act or sensation of giving a nip while nippy is (uk|dated) a waitress in a.

As a verb nipping

is .

Nippy vs Nippily - What's the difference?

nippy | nippily |


As a noun nippy

is (uk|dated) a waitress in a.

As an adverb nippily is

in a nippy way.

Chilly vs Nippy - What's the difference?

chilly | nippy |


As adjectives the difference between chilly and nippy

is that chilly is cold enough to cause shivering; or suddenly feeling cold while nippy is (informal) of the weather, rather cold.

Muggy vs Nippy - What's the difference?

muggy | nippy |


As adjectives the difference between muggy and nippy

is that muggy is humid, or hot and humid while nippy is (informal) of the weather, rather cold.

Nippy vs Nippiness - What's the difference?

nippy | nippiness |


As an adjective nippy

is (informal) of the weather, rather cold.

As a noun nippiness is

the condition of being nippy.

Speedy vs Nippy - What's the difference?

speedy | nippy |


As a adjective nippy is

(informal) of the weather, rather cold.

Fast vs Nippy - What's the difference?

fast | nippy |


As adjectives the difference between fast and nippy

is that fast is firmly or securely fixed in place; stable while nippy is (informal) of the weather, rather cold.

As a adverb fast

is in a firm or secure manner, securely; in such a way as not to be moved.

As a noun fast

is (british|rail transport) a train that calls at only some stations it passes between its origin and destination, typically just the principal stations or fast can be the act or practice of abstaining from food or of eating very little food.

As a interjection fast

is (archery) short for "stand fast", a warning not to pass between the arrow and the target.

As a verb fast

is to abstain from or eat very little food; to abstain from food for religious or medical reasons.

Weather vs Nippy - What's the difference?

weather | nippy |


As a noun weather

is the short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, humidity, cloud cover, precipitation, wind, etc.

As a verb weather

is to expose to the weather, or show the effects of such exposure, or to withstand such effects.

As a adjective nippy is

(informal) of the weather, rather cold.

Nippy vs Nip - What's the difference?

nippy | nip |


As a adjective nippy

is (informal) of the weather, rather cold.

As a noun nip is

a small quantity of something edible or a potable liquor or nip can be (vulgar) a nipple, usually of a woman or nip can be a playful bite.

As a verb nip is

to catch and enclose or compress tightly between two surfaces, or points which are brought together or closed; to pinch; to close in upon or nip can be to make a quick, short journey or errand; usually roundtrip.

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