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Uninitiated vs Raw - What's the difference?

uninitiated | raw | Related terms |

Uninitiated is a related term of raw.


As an adjective uninitiated

is not having been initiated.

As an abbreviation raw is

(games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

Raw vs Icy - What's the difference?

raw | icy | Related terms |

Raw is a related term of icy.


As an abbreviation raw

is (games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

As an adjective icy is

pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice; cold; frosty.

Unschooled vs Raw - What's the difference?

unschooled | raw | Related terms |

Unschooled is a related term of raw.


As an adjective unschooled

is not schooled; not having been to school.

As an abbreviation raw is

(games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

Raw vs Eawa - What's the difference?

raw | eawa |

Raw vs Piercing - What's the difference?

raw | piercing | Related terms |

Raw is a related term of piercing.


As an abbreviation raw

is (games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

As a noun piercing is

body piercing.

Intense vs Raw - What's the difference?

intense | raw | Related terms |

Intense is a related term of raw.


As an adjective intense

is strained; tightly drawn.

As an abbreviation raw is

(games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

Raw vs Caustic - What's the difference?

raw | caustic | Related terms |

Raw is a related term of caustic.


As an abbreviation raw

is (games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

As an adjective caustic is

caustic.

Bitter vs Raw - What's the difference?

bitter | raw | Related terms |

Bitter is a related term of raw.


As an adjective bitter

is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

As a noun bitter

is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic.

As a verb bitter

is to make bitter.

As an abbreviation raw is

(games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

Sharp vs Raw - What's the difference?

sharp | raw | Related terms |

Sharp is a related term of raw.


As a proper noun sharp

is .

As an abbreviation raw is

(games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

Raw vs Cruel - What's the difference?

raw | cruel | Related terms |

Raw is a related term of cruel.


As an abbreviation raw

is (games) the rules as written: the actual rules appearing in the rulebook, as opposed to house rules, or as opposed to the rules that might have been intended (in the event of a mistake in the rulebook).

As an adjective cruel is

not nice; mean; heartless.

As a verb cruel is

to spoil or ruin (one's chance of success).

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