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Whisk vs Race - What's the difference?

whisk | race | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of race.


As verbs the difference between whisk and race

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while race is .

As a noun whisk

is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Slump vs Race - What's the difference?

slump | race | Related terms |

Slump is a related term of race.


As verbs the difference between slump and race

is that slump is (lb) to collapse heavily or helplessly while race is .

As a noun slump

is a heavy or helpless collapse; a slouching or drooping posture; a period of poor activity or performance, especially an extended period.

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Drag vs Race - What's the difference?

drag | race | Related terms |

Drag is a related term of race.


As verbs the difference between drag and race

is that drag is to pull along a surface or through a medium, sometimes with difficulty while race is .

As a noun drag

is (uncountable) resistance of the air (or some other fluid) to something moving through it or drag can be (uncountable|slang) women's clothing worn by men for the purpose of entertainment.

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Race vs Stamp - What's the difference?

race | stamp | Related terms |

Race is a related term of stamp.


As verbs the difference between race and stamp

is that race is while stamp is to step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly.

As an adjective race

is distinguished; classy.

As a noun stamp is

an act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof.

Stride vs Race - What's the difference?

stride | race | Related terms |

Stride is a related term of race.


As verbs the difference between stride and race

is that stride is while race is .

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Race vs Stagger - What's the difference?

race | stagger | Related terms |

Race is a related term of stagger.


As verbs the difference between race and stagger

is that race is while stagger is sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

As an adjective race

is distinguished; classy.

As a noun stagger is

an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man.

Race vs Lope - What's the difference?

race | lope | Related terms |

Race is a related term of lope.


As a verb race

is .

As an adjective race

is distinguished; classy.

As a proper noun lope is

.

Bolt vs Race - What's the difference?

bolt | race | Related terms |

Bolt is a related term of race.


As a noun bolt

is (land covered by trees).

As a verb race is

.

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Generation vs Race - What's the difference?

generation | race | Synonyms |

Generation is a synonym of race.


As a noun generation

is generation (act of generating).

As a verb race is

.

As an adjective race is

distinguished; classy.

Race vs Grade - What's the difference?

race | grade | Related terms |

Race is a related term of grade.


As adjectives the difference between race and grade

is that race is distinguished; classy while grade is nco or officer (attributive).

As a verb race

is .

As a noun grade is

rank.

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