winterkill

Terms vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between terms and winterkill

is that terms is while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Die vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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As a proper noun die

is god.

As a noun winterkill is

the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Kill vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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In lang=en terms the difference between kill and winterkill

is that kill is to force a company out of business while winterkill is to die from the above effects of winter conditions.

As verbs the difference between kill and winterkill

is that kill is to put to death; to extinguish the life of while winterkill is to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

As nouns the difference between kill and winterkill

is that kill is the act of killing or kill can be a creek; a body of water; a channel or arm of the sea or kill can be a kiln while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

Overkill vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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Overkill is a related term of winterkill.


In lang=en terms the difference between overkill and winterkill

is that overkill is to destroy something with more (nuclear) force than is required while winterkill is to die from the above effects of winter conditions.

As nouns the difference between overkill and winterkill

is that overkill is (literally) a destructive capacity that exceeds that needed to destroy an enemy; especially with nuclear weapons while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As verbs the difference between overkill and winterkill

is that overkill is to destroy something with more (nuclear) force than is required while winterkill is to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Killer vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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Killer is a related term of winterkill.


As nouns the difference between killer and winterkill

is that killer is an ink eradicator or killer can be a paid killer, a contract killer while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Winterly vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

winterly | winterkill | Related terms |

Winterly is a related term of winterkill.


As an adjective winterly

is of or relating to winter.

As a noun winterkill is

the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Winterization vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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Winterization is a related term of winterkill.


As nouns the difference between winterization and winterkill

is that winterization is the process in which solid fats are removed from liquid edible oils by cooling, which allows such oils to be stored in a refrigerator while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Population vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between population and winterkill

is that population is population while winterkill is the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

Vegetal vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

vegetal | winterkill |


As verbs the difference between vegetal and winterkill

is that vegetal is to vegetate while winterkill is to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

As a noun winterkill is

the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

Wintry vs Winterkill - What's the difference?

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As an adjective wintry

is suggestive or characteristic of winter; cold, stormy.

As a noun winterkill is

the mortality resulting from lethal wintry conditions among a human, animal and/or vegetal population.

As a verb winterkill is

to kill by the conditions of winter, especially the effect of the cold, freezing.

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