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Poulder vs Oulder - What's the difference?

poulder | oulder |


As a noun poulder

is .

As a verb poulder

is .

As an adjective oulder is

(ould).

Oulder vs Older - What's the difference?

oulder | older |


As adjectives the difference between oulder and older

is that oulder is (ould) while older is (old), elder, senior.

Moulder vs Oulder - What's the difference?

moulder | oulder |


As a verb moulder

is to decay or rot.

As a noun moulder

is a person who moulds dough into loaves.

As an adjective oulder is

(ould).

Foulder vs Oulder - What's the difference?

foulder | oulder |


As a verb foulder

is (obsolete) to flash like lightning; to lighten; to gleam; to thunder.

As an adjective oulder is

(ould).

Oulder vs Woulder - What's the difference?

oulder | woulder |


As an adjective oulder

is (ould).

As a noun woulder is

(rare) someone who would.

As a verb woulder is

.

Oulder vs Bulder - What's the difference?

oulder | bulder |


As an adjective oulder

is (ould).

As a noun bulder is

bouldering.

Boulder vs Oulder - What's the difference?

boulder | oulder |


As a noun boulder

is a large mass of stone detached from the surrounding land.

As a verb boulder

is to engage in bouldering.

As an adjective oulder is

(ould).