pertuse

Perfuse vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

perfuse | pertuse |


As a verb perfuse

is to permeate or suffuse something, either with a liquid or with light.

As an adjective pertuse is

pierced or punched with holes.

Peruse vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

peruse | pertuse |


As a noun peruse

is an examination or perusal; an instance of perusing.

As a verb peruse

is to examine or consider with care.

As an adjective pertuse is

pierced or punched with holes.

Pertused vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

pertused | pertuse | Synonyms |

Pertused is a synonym of pertuse.


As adjectives the difference between pertused and pertuse

is that pertused is pertuse; pierced with holes while pertuse is pierced or punched with holes.

Hole vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

hole | pertuse |


As a noun hole

is a hollow place or cavity; an excavation; a pit; an opening in or through a solid body, a fabric, etc; a perforation; a rent; a fissure.

As a verb hole

is to make holes in (an object or surface).

As an adjective pertuse is

pierced or punched with holes.

Punched vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

punched | pertuse |


As a verb punched

is (punch).

As an adjective pertuse is

pierced or punched with holes.

Pierced vs Pertuse - What's the difference?

pierced | pertuse |


As a verb pierced

is (pierce).

As an adjective pertuse is

pierced or punched with holes.