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Rose vs Lose - What's the difference?

rose | lose |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a verb lose is

.

Rose vs Nose - What's the difference?

rose | nose |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun nose is

a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose is

to move cautiously.

Rouzed vs Rose - What's the difference?

rouzed | rose |


As a verb rouzed

is (rouze).

As a proper noun rose is

rhone.

Primrose vs Rose - What's the difference?

primrose | rose |


As proper nouns the difference between primrose and rose

is that primrose is rare, and of mostly british usage while rose is rhone.

Rose vs Stone - What's the difference?

rose | stone |


As proper nouns the difference between rose and stone

is that rose is rhone while stone is .

Set vs Rose - What's the difference?

set | rose |


As a numeral set

is seven.

As a proper noun rose is

rhone.

Rose vs Rosied - What's the difference?

rose | rosied |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As an adjective rosied is

decorated with roses or a rose colour.

Rose vs Jacqueminot - What's the difference?

rose | jacqueminot |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun jacqueminot is

a variety of deep crimson rose.

Rose vs Rodomel - What's the difference?

rose | rodomel |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun rodomel is

juice of roses mixed with honey.

Rose vs Sporotrichosis - What's the difference?

rose | sporotrichosis |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

As a noun sporotrichosis is

a disease caused by infection with the fungus sporothrix schenckii , sometimes acquired from roses.

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