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Face vs Puss - What's the difference?

face | puss |


As nouns the difference between face and puss

is that face is (lb) the front part of the head, featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth and the surrounding area while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb face

is to position oneself or itself so as to have one's face closest to (something).

Puss vs Poes - What's the difference?

puss | poes | Alternative forms |

Puss is an alternative form of poes.


As nouns the difference between puss and poes

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while poes is (south africa|crude|slang) the female genitalia.

Mush vs Puss - What's the difference?

mush | puss | Synonyms |

Mush is a synonym of puss.


As nouns the difference between mush and puss

is that mush is (uncountable) a mess, often of food; a soft or semisolid substance or mush can be (quebecois english|slang) magic mushrooms or mush can be a food comprising cracked or rolled grains cooked in water or milk; porridge or mush can be a walk, especially across the snow with dogs or mush can be (british|primarily southern england|slang) a form of address to a man while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb mush

is to squish so as to break into smaller pieces or to combine with something else or mush can be to walk, especially across the snow with dogs or mush can be to notch, cut, or indent (cloth, etc) with a stamp.

As a interjection mush

is a directive given (usually to dogs or a horse) to start moving, or to move faster.

Trap vs Puss - What's the difference?

trap | puss | Synonyms |

Trap is a synonym of puss.


In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between trap and puss

is that trap is (slang) cubicle (in a public toilet) while puss is (slang) the mouth.

As nouns the difference between trap and puss

is that trap is a machine or other device designed to catch (and sometimes kill) animals, either by holding them in a container, or by catching hold of part of the body or trap can be a dark coloured igneous rock, now used to designate any non-volcanic, non-granitic igneous rock; trap rock or trap can be (slang|bodybuilding) trapezius (muscle) while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb trap

is to physically , to catch in a trap or traps, or something like a trap or trap can be to dress with ornaments; to adorn; said especially of horses.

Gob vs Puss - What's the difference?

gob | puss | Synonyms |

Gob is a synonym of puss.


As nouns the difference between gob and puss

is that gob is (countable) a lump of soft or sticky material while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb gob

is to gather into a lump.

Mouth vs Puss - What's the difference?

mouth | puss |


In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between mouth and puss

is that mouth is (slang) a loud or overly talkative person while puss is (slang) the mouth.

As nouns the difference between mouth and puss

is that mouth is (anatomy) the opening of a creature through which food is ingested while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb mouth

is to speak; to utter.

Moggy vs Puss - What's the difference?

moggy | puss | Synonyms |

Moggy is a synonym of puss.


As nouns the difference between moggy and puss

is that moggy is (chiefly|british|slang) a domestic non-pedigree (mongrel) cat while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

Moggie vs Puss - What's the difference?

moggie | puss | Synonyms |

Moggie is a synonym of puss.


As nouns the difference between moggie and puss

is that moggie is while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

Hare vs Puss - What's the difference?

hare | puss |


As nouns the difference between hare and puss

is that hare is any of several plant-eating animals of the family leporidae, especially of the genus lepus , similar to a rabbit, but larger and with longer ears while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb hare

is to move swiftly or hare can be (obsolete) to excite; to tease, or worry; to harry.

Puss vs Spot - What's the difference?

puss | spot | Related terms |

Puss is a related term of spot.


As nouns the difference between puss and spot

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while spot is a round or irregular patch on the surface of a thing having a different color, texture etc and generally round in shape.

As a verb spot is

to see, find; to pick out, notice, locate, distinguish or identify.

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