planking

Plonking vs Planking - What's the difference?

plonking | planking |


As verbs the difference between plonking and planking

is that plonking is while planking is .

As a noun planking is

a series of planks; a group of planks.

Blanking vs Planking - What's the difference?

blanking | planking |


As verbs the difference between blanking and planking

is that blanking is while planking is .

As nouns the difference between blanking and planking

is that blanking is an instance of something being blanked out while planking is a series of planks; a group of planks.

Plinking vs Planking - What's the difference?

plinking | planking |


As verbs the difference between plinking and planking

is that plinking is while planking is .

As nouns the difference between plinking and planking

is that plinking is a noise that plinks while planking is a series of planks; a group of planks.

Planking vs Quickwork - What's the difference?

planking | quickwork |


As nouns the difference between planking and quickwork

is that planking is a series of planks; a group of planks while quickwork is (nautical|archaic) all of the submerged section of a vessel's planking.

As a verb planking

is .

Planking vs Sternsheets - What's the difference?

planking | sternsheets |


As nouns the difference between planking and sternsheets

is that planking is a series of planks; a group of planks while sternsheets is (nautical) the stern area of an open boat; the planking that forms the floor or seating in that area.

As a verb planking

is .

Fast vs Planking - What's the difference?

fast | planking |


As nouns the difference between fast and planking

is that fast is (british|rail transport) a train that calls at only some stations it passes between its origin and destination, typically just the principal stations or fast can be the act or practice of abstaining from food or of eating very little food while planking is a series of planks; a group of planks.

As verbs the difference between fast and planking

is that fast is to abstain from food, or eat very little, especially for religious or medical reasons while planking is .

As an adjective fast

is (dated) firmly or securely fixed in place; stable.

As an adverb fast

is in a firm or secure manner, securely; in such a way as not to be moved.

As an interjection fast

is (archery) short for "stand fast", a warning not to pass between the arrow and the target.

Planking vs Furring - What's the difference?

planking | furring |


As nouns the difference between planking and furring

is that planking is a series of planks; a group of planks while furring is parts of clothing made from fur.

As verbs the difference between planking and furring

is that planking is while furring is .

Lying vs Planking - What's the difference?

lying | planking |


As verbs the difference between lying and planking

is that lying is while planking is .

As nouns the difference between lying and planking

is that lying is an act of telling a lie, or falsehood while planking is a series of planks; a group of planks.

Planking vs Carling - What's the difference?

planking | carling |


As nouns the difference between planking and carling

is that planking is a series of planks; a group of planks while carling is (nautical) a piece of squared timber fitted fore-and-aft between the deck beams of a wooden ship to provide support for the deck planking or carling can be , used in carling sunday or care sunday.

As a verb planking

is .

Planking vs Wale - What's the difference?

planking | wale |


As nouns the difference between planking and wale

is that planking is a series of planks; a group of planks while wale is a ridge or low barrier or wale can be something selected as being the best, preference; choice.

As verbs the difference between planking and wale

is that planking is (plank) while wale is to strike the skin in such a way as to produce a wale or wale can be to choose, select.

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