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Pebble vs Paddle - What's the difference?

pebble | paddle |


As nouns the difference between pebble and paddle

is that pebble is a small stone, especially one rounded by the action of water while paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As verbs the difference between pebble and paddle

is that pebble is to pave with pebbles while paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

Paddle vs Wade - What's the difference?

paddle | wade |


As a noun paddle

is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As a verb paddle

is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

As a proper noun wade is

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Hobble vs Paddle - What's the difference?

hobble | paddle | Related terms |

Hobble is a related term of paddle.


As nouns the difference between hobble and paddle

is that hobble is short straps tied between the legs of unfenced horses, allowing them to wander short distances but preventing them from running off while paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As verbs the difference between hobble and paddle

is that hobble is to fetter by tying the legs; to restrict (a horse) with hobbles while paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

Trot vs Paddle - What's the difference?

trot | paddle | Related terms |

Trot is a related term of paddle.


As nouns the difference between trot and paddle

is that trot is trotskyist while paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As a verb paddle is

to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

Paddle vs Prance - What's the difference?

paddle | prance | Related terms |

Paddle is a related term of prance.


As nouns the difference between paddle and prance

is that paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat while prance is (uncommon) the act of prancing.

As verbs the difference between paddle and prance

is that paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside while prance is (of a horse) to spring forward on the hind legs.

Paddle vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

paddle | perambulate | Related terms |

Paddle is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between paddle and perambulate

is that paddle is to spank with a paddle while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between paddle and perambulate

is that paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun paddle

is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

Whip vs Paddle - What's the difference?

whip | paddle |


As an acronym whip

is (baseball) ; a statistic of the number of baserunners a pitcher has allowed per inning pitched.

As a noun paddle is

a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As a verb paddle is

to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

Budge vs Paddle - What's the difference?

budge | paddle | Related terms |

Budge is a related term of paddle.


In lang=en terms the difference between budge and paddle

is that budge is to move while paddle is to spank with a paddle.

As verbs the difference between budge and paddle

is that budge is to move while paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

As nouns the difference between budge and paddle

is that budge is a kind of fur prepared from lambskin dressed with the wool on, formerly used as an edging and ornament, especially on scholastic habits while paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As an adjective budge

is (obsolete) brisk; stirring; jocund or budge can be (obsolete) austere or stiff, like scholastics.

Paddle vs Bat - What's the difference?

paddle | bat |


As a noun paddle

is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

As a verb paddle

is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

As an acronym bat is

best available technology; a principle applying to regulations]] on limiting pollutant [[discharge|discharges.

Slide vs Paddle - What's the difference?

slide | paddle | Related terms |

Slide is a related term of paddle.


In lang=en terms the difference between slide and paddle

is that slide is to pass along smoothly or unobservedly; to move gently onward without friction or hindrance while paddle is to spank with a paddle.

As verbs the difference between slide and paddle

is that slide is (ergative) to (cause to) move in continuous contact with a surface while paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside.

As nouns the difference between slide and paddle

is that slide is an item of play equipment that children can climb up and then slide down again while paddle is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

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