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Fuddle vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

fuddle | ruddle |


As verbs the difference between fuddle and ruddle

is that fuddle is to confuse or befuddle while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

As nouns the difference between fuddle and ruddle

is that fuddle is intoxication while ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

Ruddled vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

ruddled | ruddle |


As verbs the difference between ruddled and ruddle

is that ruddled is (ruddle) while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

As a noun ruddle is

a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

Ruddle vs Cruddle - What's the difference?

ruddle | cruddle |


As verbs the difference between ruddle and cruddle

is that ruddle is to mark something with red ochre while cruddle is (obsolete) to curdle.

As a noun ruddle

is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

Muddle vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

muddle | ruddle |


As verbs the difference between muddle and ruddle

is that muddle is to mix together, to mix up; to confuse while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

As nouns the difference between muddle and ruddle

is that muddle is a mixture; a confusion; a garble while ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

Ruddle vs Rundle - What's the difference?

ruddle | rundle |


As nouns the difference between ruddle and rundle

is that ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve while rundle is (obsolete) a round; a step of a ladder; a rung.

As a verb ruddle

is to mark something with red ochre.

Ruddle vs Huddle - What's the difference?

ruddle | huddle |


As a noun ruddle

is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

As a verb ruddle

is to mark something with red ochre.

As a proper noun huddle is

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Cuddle vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

cuddle | ruddle |


As nouns the difference between cuddle and ruddle

is that cuddle is a snuggle; an affectionate embrace, often given to family members and close friends while ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

As verbs the difference between cuddle and ruddle

is that cuddle is to embrace affectionately, lie together snugly while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

Buddle vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

buddle | ruddle |


As nouns the difference between buddle and ruddle

is that buddle is an apparatus on which crushed ore is washed while ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

As verbs the difference between buddle and ruddle

is that buddle is to use a buddle while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

Guddle vs Ruddle - What's the difference?

guddle | ruddle |


As verbs the difference between guddle and ruddle

is that guddle is to catch fish with the hands, especially by groping under stones or at the banks of a stream while ruddle is to mark something with red ochre.

As a noun ruddle is

a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

Ruddle vs Puddle - What's the difference?

ruddle | puddle |


As nouns the difference between ruddle and puddle

is that ruddle is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve while puddle is a small pool of water, usually on a path or road.

As verbs the difference between ruddle and puddle

is that ruddle is to mark something with red ochre while puddle is to form a puddle.

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