rined

Rined vs Riped - What's the difference?

rined | riped |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb riped is

(ripe).

Rined vs Mined - What's the difference?

rined | mined |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb mined is

(mine).

Terms vs Rined - What's the difference?

terms | rined |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective rined is

(obsolete) having a rind.

Rined vs Trined - What's the difference?

rined | trined |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb trined is

(trine).

Rined vs Rinded - What's the difference?

rined | rinded |


As adjectives the difference between rined and rinded

is that rined is (obsolete) having a rind while rinded is having a rind (hard, tough outer layer).

Rined vs Riced - What's the difference?

rined | riced |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb riced is

(rice).

Rined vs Wined - What's the difference?

rined | wined |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb wined is

(wine).

Rined vs Rimed - What's the difference?

rined | rimed |


As adjectives the difference between rined and rimed

is that rined is (obsolete) having a rind while rimed is covered in frost.

As a verb rimed is

(rime).

Rined vs Brined - What's the difference?

rined | brined |


As an adjective rined

is (obsolete) having a rind.

As a verb brined is

(brine).

Pined vs Rined - What's the difference?

pined | rined |


As a verb pined

is (pine).

As an adjective rined is

(obsolete) having a rind.

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