plough

Scarify vs Plough - What's the difference?

scarify | plough |


As a verb scarify

is (obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar.

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Plough vs Flunk - What's the difference?

plough | flunk |


As a proper noun plough

is (constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

As a verb flunk is

(us|ambitransitive) of a student, to fail a class; to not pass.

Tiller vs Plough - What's the difference?

tiller | plough |


As a noun tiller

is a person who tills; a farmer or tiller can be (obsolete) a young tree or tiller can be (archery) the stock; a beam on a crossbow carved to fit the arrow, or the point of balance in a longbow.

As a verb tiller

is to put forth new shoots from the root or from around the bottom of the original stalk; stool.

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Tilling vs Plough - What's the difference?

tilling | plough |


As a verb tilling

is .

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Mow vs Plough - What's the difference?

mow | plough |


As a verb mow

is .

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Planter vs Plough - What's the difference?

planter | plough |


As a noun planter

is a box or pot for plants, usually large and standing on the floor.

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Tracker vs Plough - What's the difference?

tracker | plough |


As a noun tracker

is one who, or that which, tracks or pursues, as a man or dog that follows game.

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Sickle vs Plough - What's the difference?

sickle | plough |


As a noun sickle

is (agriculture) an implement, having a semicircular blade and short handle, used for cutting long grass and cereal crops.

As a verb sickle

is (agriculture|transitive) to cut with a sickle.

As an adjective sickle

is shaped like the blade of a sickle; crescent-shaped.

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

Plough vs Drive - What's the difference?

plough | drive | Synonyms |

Plough is a synonym of drive.


As a proper noun plough

is (constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

As a verb drive is

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Planters vs Plough - What's the difference?

planters | plough |


As a noun planters

is .

As a proper noun plough is

(constellation|british) the common name for the brightest seven stars of the constellation ursa major.

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