peppercorn

Chili vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

chili | peppercorn |


As a proper noun chili

is (lb).

As a noun peppercorn is

the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

Groundpepper vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

groundpepper | peppercorn |


As a noun peppercorn is

the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

Peppercorn - What does it mean?

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Blackpepper vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

blackpepper | peppercorn |


As a noun peppercorn is

the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

Peppercorn vs Pepperampflash - What's the difference?

peppercorn | pepperampflash |

Taxonomy vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

taxonomy | peppercorn |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and peppercorn

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while peppercorn is the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

Peppermint vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

peppermint | peppercorn |


As nouns the difference between peppermint and peppercorn

is that peppermint is a hybrid herb of the mint family formed by crossing watermint and spearmint, which has a high menthol content and a sharp flavor and is used in cooking, especially in herb teas and in confections while peppercorn is the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

Peppercorn vs Capsicum - What's the difference?

peppercorn | capsicum |


As nouns the difference between peppercorn and capsicum

is that peppercorn is the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed while capsicum is any of several tropical american plants, of the genus capsicum'', principally the species ''capsicum annuum'' and ''capsicum frutescens , that are cultivated as edible peppers.

Contract vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

contract | peppercorn |


As nouns the difference between contract and peppercorn

is that contract is an agreement between two or more parties, to perform a specific job or work order, often temporary or of fixed duration and usually governed by a written agreement while peppercorn is the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

As a adjective contract

is (obsolete) contracted; affianced; betrothed.

As a verb contract

is (ambitransitive) to draw together or nearer; to shorten, narrow, or lessen.

Requirement vs Peppercorn - What's the difference?

requirement | peppercorn |


As nouns the difference between requirement and peppercorn

is that requirement is a necessity or prerequisite; something required or obligatory while peppercorn is the seeds of the plant piper nigrum commonly used as a spice, usually but not always ground or crushed.

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