recess

Recess vs Indent - What's the difference?

recess | indent |


In lang=en terms the difference between recess and indent

is that recess is to take or declare a break while indent is to be cut, notched, or dented.

As nouns the difference between recess and indent

is that recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation while indent is a cut or notch in the margin of anything, or a recess like a notch.

As verbs the difference between recess and indent

is that recess is to inset into something, or to recede while indent is to notch; to jag; to cut into points like a row of teeth; as, to indent the edge of paper.

As an adjective recess

is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Angle vs Recess - What's the difference?

angle | recess |


As nouns the difference between angle and recess

is that angle is while recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As a verb recess is

to inset into something, or to recede.

As an adjective recess is

(obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Recess vs Gutter - What's the difference?

recess | gutter |


In lang=en terms the difference between recess and gutter

is that recess is to take or declare a break while gutter is to cut or form into small longitudinal hollows; to channel.

As nouns the difference between recess and gutter

is that recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation while gutter is a prepared channel in a surface, especially at the side of a road adjacent to a curb, intended for the drainage of water or gutter can be one who or that which guts.

As verbs the difference between recess and gutter

is that recess is to inset into something, or to recede while gutter is to flow or stream; to form gutters.

As an adjective recess

is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Recess vs Dimple - What's the difference?

recess | dimple |


In lang=en terms the difference between recess and dimple

is that recess is to take or declare a break while dimple is to create a dimple in one's face by smiling.

As nouns the difference between recess and dimple

is that recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation while dimple is a small depression or indentation in a surface.

As verbs the difference between recess and dimple

is that recess is to inset into something, or to recede while dimple is to create a dimple in.

As an adjective recess

is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Recess vs Hide - What's the difference?

recess | hide |


In lang=en terms the difference between recess and hide

is that recess is to take or declare a break while hide is to put oneself in a place where one will be harder to find or out of sight.

As nouns the difference between recess and hide

is that recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation while hide is (countable) (mainly british) a covered structure from which hunters, birdwatchers, etc can observe animals without scaring them or hide can be (countable) the skin of an animal or hide can be a medieval land measure equal to the amount of land that could sustain one free family; usually 100 acres forty hides equalled a barony.

As verbs the difference between recess and hide

is that recess is to inset into something, or to recede while hide is to put (something) in a place where it will be harder to discover or out of sight or hide can be to beat with a whip made from hide.

As an adjective recess

is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Toaster vs Recess - What's the difference?

toaster | recess |


As nouns the difference between toaster and recess

is that toaster is toaster while recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As a verb recess is

to inset into something, or to recede.

As an adjective recess is

(obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Recess vs Quiescent - What's the difference?

recess | quiescent |


As adjectives the difference between recess and quiescent

is that recess is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place) while quiescent is inactive, at rest, quiet.

As a noun recess

is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As a verb recess

is to inset into something, or to recede.

Suspensions vs Recess - What's the difference?

suspensions | recess |


As nouns the difference between suspensions and recess

is that suspensions is while recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As a verb recess is

to inset into something, or to recede.

As an adjective recess is

(obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Flush vs Recess - What's the difference?

flush | recess |


In lang=en terms the difference between flush and recess

is that flush is to excite, inflame while recess is to take or declare a break.

As nouns the difference between flush and recess

is that flush is a group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees etc or flush can be a sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes or flush can be (poker) a hand consisting of all cards with the same suit while recess is (countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As verbs the difference between flush and recess

is that flush is to cause to take flight from concealment or flush can be to cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid while recess is to inset into something, or to recede.

As adjectives the difference between flush and recess

is that flush is smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out while recess is (obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Prorogue vs Recess - What's the difference?

prorogue | recess |


In lang=en terms the difference between prorogue and recess

is that prorogue is to suspend (a parliamentary session) or to discontinue the meetings of (an assembly, parliament etc) without formally ending the session while recess is to take or declare a break.

As verbs the difference between prorogue and recess

is that prorogue is (obsolete) to prolong or extend while recess is to inset into something, or to recede.

As a noun recess is

(countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As an adjective recess is

(obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

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