parry

Glib vs Parry - What's the difference?

glib | parry |


As verbs the difference between glib and parry

is that glib is to make glib or glib can be (obsolete) to castrate; to geld; to emasculate while parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc).

As nouns the difference between glib and parry

is that glib is (historical) a mass of matted hair worn down over the eyes, formerly worn in ireland while parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying.

As an adjective glib

is having a ready flow of words but lacking thought or understanding; superficial; shallow.

Parry vs Deflect - What's the difference?

parry | deflect |


As verbs the difference between parry and deflect

is that parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc) while deflect is to make (something) deviate from its original path.

As a noun parry

is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying.

Ignore vs Parry - What's the difference?

ignore | parry |


As verbs the difference between ignore and parry

is that ignore is to deliberately pay no attention to while parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc).

As a noun parry is

a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying.

Wardoff vs Parry - What's the difference?

wardoff | parry |

Parry vs Disengagement - What's the difference?

parry | disengagement |


In context|fencing|lang=en terms the difference between parry and disengagement

is that parry is (fencing) a simple defensive action designed to deflect an attack, performed with the forte of the blade while disengagement is (fencing) a circular movement of the blade that blocks an opponent's parry.

As nouns the difference between parry and disengagement

is that parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying while disengagement is release or detachment from a physical situation or other involvement.

As a verb parry

is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc).

Parry vs Parries - What's the difference?

parry | parries |


As nouns the difference between parry and parries

is that parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying while parries is .

As verbs the difference between parry and parries

is that parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc) while parries is third person singular, present tense of to parry .

Parry vs Moulinet - What's the difference?

parry | moulinet |


As nouns the difference between parry and moulinet

is that parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying while moulinet is (fencing|chiefly|sabre) a circular cut, often composed of a parry, usually prime or seconde, moving thence into a circular cut.

As a verb parry

is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc).

Parry vs Disengage - What's the difference?

parry | disengage |


In context|fencing|lang=en terms the difference between parry and disengage

is that parry is (fencing) a simple defensive action designed to deflect an attack, performed with the forte of the blade while disengage is (fencing) a circular movement of the blade that avoids the opponent's parry.

As nouns the difference between parry and disengage

is that parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying while disengage is (fencing) a circular movement of the blade that avoids the opponent's parry.

As verbs the difference between parry and disengage

is that parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc) while disengage is (ambitransitive) to release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.

Parry vs Riposte - What's the difference?

parry | riposte |


In context|fencing|lang=en terms the difference between parry and riposte

is that parry is (fencing) a simple defensive action designed to deflect an attack, performed with the forte of the blade while riposte is (fencing) to attempt to hit an opponent after parrying an attack.

As nouns the difference between parry and riposte

is that parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying while riposte is (fencing) a thrust given in return after parrying an attack.

As verbs the difference between parry and riposte

is that parry is to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc) while riposte is (fencing) to attempt to hit an opponent after parrying an attack.

Forte vs Parry - What's the difference?

forte | parry |


As nouns the difference between forte and parry

is that forte is a strength or talent or forte can be a passage in music to be played loudly; a loud section of music while parry is a defensive or deflective action; an act of parrying.

As a adjective forte

is (music) loud used as a dynamic directive in sheet music in its abbreviated form, "f", to indicate raising the volume of the music (abbreviated in musical notation with an f, the unicode character 1d191).

As a adverb forte

is (music) loudly.

As a verb parry is

to avoid, deflect, or ward off (an attack, a blow, an argument, etc).

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