parry

Blocking vs Parry - What's the difference?

blocking | parry |


As a verb blocking

is .

As a noun blocking

is the act by which something is blocked; an obstruction.

As a proper noun parry is

.

Parry vs Gamut - What's the difference?

parry | gamut |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a noun gamut is

gamut (colour range available to a monitor or printer).

Parry vs Sidestep - What's the difference?

parry | sidestep |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a noun sidestep is

a step to the side.

As a verb sidestep is

to step to the side.

Fend vs Parry - What's the difference?

fend | parry |


As a noun fend

is an enemy; fiend; the devil.

As a verb fend

is to take care of oneself, to take responsibility for oneself.

As a proper noun parry is

.

Parrot vs Parry - What's the difference?

parrot | parry |


As proper nouns the difference between parrot and parry

is that parrot is while parry is .

Divert vs Parry - What's the difference?

divert | parry |


As a verb divert

is to turn aside from a course.

As a proper noun parry is

.

Parry vs Circumvent - What's the difference?

parry | circumvent |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a verb circumvent is

to avoid or get around something; to bypass.

Parry vs Avoid - What's the difference?

parry | avoid |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a verb avoid is

to keep away from; to keep clear of; to endeavor not to meet; to shun; to abstain from.

Parry vs Eschew - What's the difference?

parry | eschew |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a verb eschew is

(formal) to avoid; to shun, to shy away from.

Parry vs Defend - What's the difference?

parry | defend |


As a proper noun parry

is .

As a verb defend is

defends, protects (3rd person singular, present tense).

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