paster

Paster vs Priest - What's the difference?

paster | priest |


As an adjective paster

is clean, pure.

As a proper noun priest is

.

Annoy vs Paster - What's the difference?

annoy | paster |


As a verb annoy

is to disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds.

As a noun annoy

is a feeling of discomfort or vexation caused by what one dislikes.

As an adjective paster is

clean, pure.

Paster vs Gaster - What's the difference?

paster | gaster |


As an adjective paster

is clean, pure.

As a noun gaster is

.

Paster vs Pester - What's the difference?

paster | pester |


As an adjective paster

is clean, pure.

As a verb pester is

to bother, harass or annoy persistently.

Aster vs Paster - What's the difference?

aster | paster |


As a noun aster

is (l).

As an adjective paster is

clean, pure.

Easter vs Paster - What's the difference?

easter | paster |


As adjectives the difference between easter and paster

is that easter is (obsolete) eastern while paster is clean, pure.

Caster vs Paster - What's the difference?

caster | paster |


As a noun caster

is someone or something that casts.

As an adjective paster is

clean, pure.

Paster vs Pasted - What's the difference?

paster | pasted |


As an adjective paster

is clean, pure.

As a verb pasted is

(paste).

Taster vs Paster - What's the difference?

taster | paster |


As a noun taster

is that in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like.

As an adjective paster is

clean, pure.

Paster vs Panter - What's the difference?

paster | panter |


As an adjective paster

is clean, pure.

As a noun panter is

panther.

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