rale

Rale vs Rame - What's the difference?

rale | rame |


As a noun rale

is rabble, riff-raff.

As a verb rame is

.

Rale vs Raze - What's the difference?

rale | raze |


As nouns the difference between rale and raze

is that rale is rabble, riff-raff while raze is (rhizome of ginger).

As a verb raze is

to demolish; to level to the ground.

Rale vs Ale - What's the difference?

rale | ale |


As a noun rale

is rabble, riff-raff.

As an interjection ale is

let's go!, come on!.

Rale vs Rare - What's the difference?

rale | rare |


As a noun rale

is rabble, riff-raff.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Gale vs Rale - What's the difference?

gale | rale |


As nouns the difference between gale and rale

is that gale is (label) (ship propelled primarily by oars) while rale is rabble, riff-raff.

Pale vs Rale - What's the difference?

pale | rale |


As nouns the difference between pale and rale

is that pale is while rale is rabble, riff-raff.

Rate vs Rale - What's the difference?

rate | rale |


As nouns the difference between rate and rale

is that rate is rot (process of something decaying or rotting ) while rale is rabble, riff-raff.

Rake vs Rale - What's the difference?

rake | rale |


As nouns the difference between rake and rale

is that rake is a garden tool with a row of pointed teeth fixed to a long handle, used for collecting grass or debris, or for loosening soil or rake can be slope, divergence from the horizontal or perpendicular or rake can be a man habituated to immoral conduct or rake can be (provincial|northern england) a course; direction; stretch while rale is rabble, riff-raff.

As a verb rake

is to use a rake on (leaves, debris, soil, a lawn, etc) in order to loosen, gather together, or remove debris from or rake can be to proceed rapidly; to move swiftly or rake can be (uk|dialect|dated) to walk about; to gad or ramble idly or rake can be (provincial|northern england) to run or rove.

Race vs Rale - What's the difference?

race | rale |


As a verb race

is .

As an adjective race

is distinguished; classy.

As a noun rale is

rabble, riff-raff.

Sale vs Rale - What's the difference?

sale | rale |


As nouns the difference between sale and rale

is that sale is splinter while rale is rabble, riff-raff.

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