puggy

Ruggy vs Puggy - What's the difference?

ruggy | puggy |


As adjectives the difference between ruggy and puggy

is that ruggy is (obsolete) rugged; rough while puggy is resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

Buggy vs Puggy - What's the difference?

buggy | puggy |


As adjectives the difference between buggy and puggy

is that buggy is infested with insects while puggy is resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

As a noun buggy

is a small horse-drawn cart.

Claylike vs Puggy - What's the difference?

claylike | puggy |


As adjectives the difference between claylike and puggy

is that claylike is resembling clay while puggy is resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

Sticky vs Puggy - What's the difference?

sticky | puggy |


As adjectives the difference between sticky and puggy

is that sticky is able or likely to stick while puggy is resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

As a noun sticky

is a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Dog vs Puggy - What's the difference?

dog | puggy |


As a noun dog

is a mammal, canis lupus familiaris , that has been domesticated for thousands of years, of highly variable appearance due to human breeding.

As a verb dog

is to pursue with the intent to catch.

As an adjective puggy is

resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

Pug vs Puggy - What's the difference?

pug | puggy |


As a noun pug

is term of endearment (probably related to puck).

As a verb pug

is to mix and stir when wet.

As an adjective puggy is

resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

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