peel

Scratch vs Peel - What's the difference?

scratch | peel |


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.

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Toll vs Peel - What's the difference?

toll | peel |


As a noun toll

is custom (duty collected at the borders).

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Sheathing vs Peel - What's the difference?

sheathing | peel | Related terms |

Sheathing is a related term of peel.


As a noun sheathing

is something that wraps around or surrounds something, as a sheath encases its blade.

As a verb sheathing

is .

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Peel vs Pelt - What's the difference?

peel | pelt |


As a proper noun peel

is a town on the isle of man.

As a noun pelt is

the skin of a beast with the hair on; a raw or undressed hide; a skin preserved]] with the hairy or [[wool|woolly covering on it or pelt can be a blow or stroke from something thrown.

As a verb pelt is

to bombard, as with missiles.

Dissect vs Peel - What's the difference?

dissect | peel |


As a verb dissect

is to study an animal's anatomy by cutting it apart; to perform a necropsy or an autopsy.

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Chop vs Peel - What's the difference?

chop | peel |


As a noun chop

is garbage, trash can.

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Rip vs Peel - What's the difference?

rip | peel |


As an interjection rip

is .

As a noun rip

is routing]] information protocol, a dynamic routing protocol used in local and [[wan|wide area networks.

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Ripe vs Peel - What's the difference?

ripe | peel |


As a verb ripe

is .

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Appeal vs Peel - What's the difference?

appeal | peel |


As a verb appeal

is (obsolete) to accuse (someone of something).

As a noun appeal

is (legal) (a) an application for the removal of a cause or suit from an inferior to a superior judge or court for re-examination or review (b) the mode of proceeding by which such removal is effected (c) the right of appeal (d) an accusation; a process which formerly might be instituted by one private person against another for some heinous crime demanding punishment for the particular injury suffered, rather than for the offense against the public (e) an accusation of a felon at common law by one of his accomplices, which accomplice was then called an approver.

As a proper noun peel is

a town on the isle of man.

Peel vs Delamination - What's the difference?

peel | delamination |


As a proper noun peel

is a town on the isle of man.

As a noun delamination is

the separation of the layers of a laminar composite material as a result of repeated stress, or failure of the adhesive.

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