rose

Rose vs Roke - What's the difference?

rose | roke |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun roke is

(uk|dialect) mist; smoke; damp.

Rose vs Rosed - What's the difference?

rose | rosed |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a verb rosed is

(rose).

Rose vs Ross - What's the difference?

rose | ross |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun ross is

(us|dialect) the rough, scaly surface on the bark of trees.

As a verb ross is

(us|dialect|transitive) to divest of the ross, or rough, scaly surface.

Rose vs Tose - What's the difference?

rose | tose |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun tose is

cough.

Rose vs Rost - What's the difference?

rose | rost |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a verb rost is

to roast.

Rose vs Brose - What's the difference?

rose | brose |


As proper nouns the difference between rose and brose

is that rose is rhone while brose is .

Rose vs Orse - What's the difference?

rose | orse |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As an adverb orse is

(legal|british) otherwise.

As an adjective orse is

(legal|british) otherwise.

Rose vs Rouse - What's the difference?

rose | rouse |


As proper nouns the difference between rose and rouse

is that rose is rhone while rouse is .

Rose vs Roes - What's the difference?

rose | roes |


As proper nouns the difference between rose and roes

is that rose is rhone while roes is .

Rose vs Erose - What's the difference?

rose | erose |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As an adjective erose is

irregularly notched, eaten away, as though bitten.

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