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Moist vs Parched - What's the difference?

moist | parched |


As adjectives the difference between moist and parched

is that moist is slightly wet; characterised by the presence of moisture, not dry; damp while parched is dry.

As a verb parched is

(parch).

Parched vs Bared - What's the difference?

parched | bared |


As verbs the difference between parched and bared

is that parched is (parch) while bared is (bare).

As an adjective parched

is dry.

Peckish vs Parched - What's the difference?

peckish | parched |


As adjectives the difference between peckish and parched

is that peckish is (colloquial) mildly hungry1860 john camden hotten [http://booksgooglecom/books?id=kfo3aqaaiaaj&dq=flabberghast&source=gbs_navlinks_s a dictionary of modern slang, cant, and vulgar words] page 188 while parched is dry.

As a verb parched is

(parch).

Bleak vs Parched - What's the difference?

bleak | parched |


As adjectives the difference between bleak and parched

is that bleak is without color; pale; pallid while parched is dry.

As a noun bleak

is a small european river fish (alburnus alburnus ), of the family cyprinidae.

As a verb parched is

(parch).

Mundane vs Parched - What's the difference?

mundane | parched |


As adjectives the difference between mundane and parched

is that mundane is worldly, earthly, profane, vulgar as opposed to heavenly while parched is dry.

As a noun mundane

is an unremarkable, ordinary human being.

As a verb parched is

(parch).

Withered vs Parched - What's the difference?

withered | parched |


As adjectives the difference between withered and parched

is that withered is shrivelled, shrunken or faded, especially due to lack of water while parched is dry.

As verbs the difference between withered and parched

is that withered is (wither) while parched is (parch).

Parched vs Arid - What's the difference?

parched | arid |


As adjectives the difference between parched and arid

is that parched is dry while arid is very dry.

As a verb parched

is (parch).

Draught vs Parched - What's the difference?

draught | parched |


As verbs the difference between draught and parched

is that draught is to draw out; to call forth see draft while parched is (parch).

As a noun draught

is the action or an act of pulling something along, especially a beast of burden, vehicle or tractor.

As an adjective parched is

dry.

Drained vs Parched - What's the difference?

drained | parched |


As adjectives the difference between drained and parched

is that drained is lacking motivation and energy; very tired; knackered while parched is dry.

As verbs the difference between drained and parched

is that drained is (drain) while parched is (parch).

Parched vs Undefinedtimestamp - What's the difference?

parched | undefinedtimestamp |

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