pooler

Pooler vs Puller - What's the difference?

pooler | puller |


As a proper noun pooler

is .

As a noun puller is

anything that pulls, but especially a hoist in which a cable is attached to a lever and a ratchet mechanism.

Polar vs Pooler - What's the difference?

polar | pooler |


As a noun polar

is .

As a proper noun pooler is

.

Concerned vs Pooler - What's the difference?

concerned | pooler |


As an adjective concerned

is showing concern.

As a verb concerned

is (concern).

As a proper noun pooler is

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Terms vs Pooler - What's the difference?

terms | pooler |


As a noun terms

is .

As a proper noun pooler is

.

Pooler vs Tooler - What's the difference?

pooler | tooler |


As a proper noun pooler

is .

As a noun tooler is

stonemason's chisel.

Pooler vs Cooler - What's the difference?

pooler | cooler |


As a proper noun pooler

is .

As a noun cooler is

(countable) anything which cools.

As an adjective cooler is

(cool).

Pooer vs Pooler - What's the difference?

pooer | pooler |


As an adjective pooer

is (scotland) poor.

As a noun pooer

is someone or something that poos, that defecates.

As a proper noun pooler is

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Poorer vs Pooler - What's the difference?

poorer | pooler |


As an adjective poorer

is (poor).

As a proper noun pooler is

.

Poler vs Pooler - What's the difference?

poler | pooler |


As a noun poler

is one who propels a boat using a pole or poler can be (obsolete) an extortioner.

As a proper noun pooler is

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Spooler vs Pooler - What's the difference?

spooler | pooler |


As a noun spooler

is (computing) a program or process that spools (places data in a queue to be accessed later).

As a proper noun pooler is

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