roam

Roam vs Hunt - What's the difference?

roam | hunt |


As a verb roam

is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a proper noun hunt is

for a hunter (for game, birds etc).

Browse vs Roam - What's the difference?

browse | roam |


In lang=en terms the difference between browse and roam

is that browse is to feed on, as pasture; to pasture on; to graze while roam is to or wander over.

As verbs the difference between browse and roam

is that browse is to scan, to casually look through in order to find items of interest, especially without knowledge of what to look for beforehand while roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a noun browse

is young shoots and twigs.

Lumber vs Roam - What's the difference?

lumber | roam | Related terms |

Lumber is a related term of roam.


In lang=en terms the difference between lumber and roam

is that lumber is to load down with things, to fill, to encumber while roam is to or wander over.

As verbs the difference between lumber and roam

is that lumber is to move clumsily while roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a noun lumber

is (uncountable) wood intended as a building material.

Roam vs Deviate - What's the difference?

roam | deviate | Related terms |

Roam is a related term of deviate.


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and deviate

is that roam is to or wander over while deviate is to fall outside of, or part from, some norm; to stray.

As verbs the difference between roam and deviate

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while deviate is to go off course from; to change course; to change plans.

As a noun deviate is

(sociology) a person with deviant behaviour; a deviant, degenerate or pervert.

Roam vs Ride - What's the difference?

roam | ride | Related terms |

Roam is a related term of ride.


As verbs the difference between roam and ride

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while ride is .

Roam vs Glide - What's the difference?

roam | glide | Related terms |

Roam is a related term of glide.


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and glide

is that roam is to or wander over while glide is to cause to glide.

As verbs the difference between roam and glide

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while glide is to move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.

As a noun glide is

the act of gliding.

Roam vs Waddle - What's the difference?

roam | waddle | Related terms |

Roam is a related term of waddle.


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and waddle

is that roam is to or wander over while waddle is to walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.

As verbs the difference between roam and waddle

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while waddle is to walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.

As a noun waddle is

a swaying gait.

Plug vs Roam - What's the difference?

plug | roam | Related terms |

Plug is a related term of roam.


In lang=en terms the difference between plug and roam

is that plug is to shoot a bullet into something with a gun while roam is to or wander over.

As verbs the difference between plug and roam

is that plug is to stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole while roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a noun plug

is (electricity) a pronged connecting device which fits into a mating socket.

Scuttle vs Roam - What's the difference?

scuttle | roam | Related terms |

Scuttle is a related term of roam.


In lang=en terms the difference between scuttle and roam

is that scuttle is to move hastily, to scurry while roam is to or wander over.

As verbs the difference between scuttle and roam

is that scuttle is (nautical) to cut a hole or holes through the bottom, deck, or sides of (as of a ship), for any purpose or scuttle can be to move hastily, to scurry while roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

As a noun scuttle

is a container like an open bucket (usually to hold and carry coal) or scuttle can be a small hatch or opening in a boat also, small opening in a boat or ship for draining water from open deck or scuttle can be a quick pace; a short run.

Swerve vs Roam - What's the difference?

swerve | roam | Related terms |

Swerve is a related term of roam.


As verbs the difference between swerve and roam

is that swerve is to stray; to wander; to rove while roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination.

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