roam

Roam vs Raise - What's the difference?

roam | raise |


As verbs the difference between roam and raise

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while raise is (label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate.

As a noun raise is

(us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

Roam vs Rumble - What's the difference?

roam | rumble |


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and rumble

is that roam is to or wander over while rumble is to cause to pass through a rumble, or polishing machine.

As verbs the difference between roam and rumble

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while rumble is to make a low, heavy, continuous sound.

As an interjection rumble is

an onomatopoeia describing a rumbling noise.

As a noun rumble is

a low, heavy, continuous sound, such as that of thunder or a hungry stomach.

Roam vs Visit - What's the difference?

roam | visit |


As verbs the difference between roam and visit

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while visit is to shriek, scream, shrill, screech, squeal, squeak.

Drift vs Roam - What's the difference?

drift | roam |


As verbs the difference between drift and roam

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

Roam vs Wondering - What's the difference?

roam | wondering |


As verbs the difference between roam and wondering

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

As a noun wondering is

the mental activity by which one wonders; a query, puzzlement, etc.

Roam vs Migrate - What's the difference?

roam | migrate |


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and migrate

is that roam is to or wander over while migrate is to move slowly towards, usually in groups.

As verbs the difference between roam and migrate

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while migrate is to relocate periodically from one region to another, usually according to the seasons.

Roam vs Comb - What's the difference?

roam | comb |


In lang=en terms the difference between roam and comb

is that roam is to or wander over while comb is to search thoroughly as if raking over an area with a comb.

As verbs the difference between roam and comb

is that roam is to wander or travel freely and with no specific destination while comb is (especially of hair or fur) to groom with a toothed implement; chiefly with a.

As a noun comb is

a toothed implement for grooming the hair or (formerly) for keeping it in place or comb can be (abbreviation) combination.

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.

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