peck

Peck vs Dozen - What's the difference?

peck | dozen |


As a proper noun peck

is .

As a noun dozen is

(countable) a set of twelve.

Peck vs Scratch - What's the difference?

peck | scratch |


As a proper noun peck

is .

As a verb scratch is

to rub a surface with a sharp object, especially by a living creature to remove itching with nails, claws, etc.

As a noun scratch is

(lb) a disruption, mark or shallow cut on a surface made by scratching.

As an adjective scratch is

for or consisting of preliminary or tentative, incomplete, etc work.

Pluck vs Peck - What's the difference?

pluck | peck |


As a verb pluck

is (lb) to pull something sharply; to pull something out.

As a noun pluck

is an instance of plucking.

As a proper noun peck is

.

Smooch vs Peck - What's the difference?

smooch | peck |


As a noun smooch

is (informal) a kiss.

As a verb smooch

is (informal) to kiss or smooch can be .

As a proper noun peck is

.

Summit vs Peck - What's the difference?

summit | peck |


As a noun summit

is (countable) a peak; the top of a mountain.

As a verb summit

is (transitive|hiking|climbing|colloquial) to reach the summit of a mountain.

As a proper noun peck is

.

Peck vs Peer - What's the difference?

peck | peer |


As a proper noun peck

is .

As a noun peer is

.

Teak vs Peck - What's the difference?

teak | peck |


As a noun teak

is .

As a proper noun peck is

.

Peck vs Kids - What's the difference?

peck | kids |


As a proper noun peck

is .

As a noun kids is

.

As a verb kids is

(kid).

Peck vs Bite - What's the difference?

peck | bite |


As proper nouns the difference between peck and bite

is that peck is while bite is .

Peck vs Gnaw - What's the difference?

peck | gnaw |


As a proper noun peck

is .

As a verb gnaw is

to bite something persistently, especially something tough.

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