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Parch vs Perfect - What's the difference?

parch | perfect |


In lang=en terms the difference between parch and perfect

is that parch is to become superficially burnt; be become sunburned while perfect is to make perfect; to improve or hone.

As verbs the difference between parch and perfect

is that parch is to burn the surface of, to scorch while perfect is to make perfect; to improve or hone.

As nouns the difference between parch and perfect

is that parch is the condition of being parched while perfect is (grammar) the perfect tense, or a form in that tense.

As an adjective perfect is

fitting its definition precisely.

Parch vs Singe - What's the difference?

parch | singe |


As nouns the difference between parch and singe

is that parch is the condition of being parched while singe is monkey.

As a verb parch

is to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Drought vs Parch - What's the difference?

drought | parch |


As nouns the difference between drought and parch

is that drought is a period of below average rainfall, longer and more severe than a dry spell while parch is the condition of being parched.

As a verb parch is

to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Wikidiffcom vs Parch - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | parch |


As a verb parch is

to burn the surface of, to scorch.

As a noun parch is

the condition of being parched.

Porch vs Parch - What's the difference?

porch | parch |


As nouns the difference between porch and parch

is that porch is (architecture) a covered and enclosed entrance to a building, whether taken from the interior, and forming a sort of vestibule within the main wall, or projecting without and with a separate roof while parch is the condition of being parched.

As a verb parch is

to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Parch vs Pearch - What's the difference?

parch | pearch |


As nouns the difference between parch and pearch

is that parch is the condition of being parched while pearch is (unit of measurement).

As a verb parch

is to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Panch vs Parch - What's the difference?

panch | parch |


As nouns the difference between panch and parch

is that panch is (nautical) while parch is the condition of being parched.

As a verb parch is

to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Parch vs Eparch - What's the difference?

parch | eparch |


As nouns the difference between parch and eparch

is that parch is the condition of being parched while eparch is (historical|ancient greece) the governor or prefect of a province.

As a verb parch

is to burn the surface of, to scorch.

Parch vs Harch - What's the difference?

parch | harch |


As a verb parch

is to burn the surface of, to scorch.

As a noun parch

is the condition of being parched.

As an interjection harch is

the command issued by the drum major of a marching band to move forwards.

Larch vs Parch - What's the difference?

larch | parch |


As nouns the difference between larch and parch

is that larch is (countable) a coniferous tree, of genus larix , having deciduous leaves, in fascicles while parch is the condition of being parched.

As a verb parch is

to burn the surface of, to scorch.

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