sackcloth

Sackcloth vs Burden - What's the difference?

sackcloth | burden |


As nouns the difference between sackcloth and burden

is that sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks while burden is .

Sackcloth vs Linen - What's the difference?

sackcloth | linen |


As nouns the difference between sackcloth and linen

is that sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks while linen is (lb) thread or cloth made from flax fiber.

Blazer vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

blazer | sackcloth |


As nouns the difference between blazer and sackcloth

is that blazer is a semi-formal, casual jacket while sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

Sackcloth - What does it mean?

sackcloth | |

Wikidiffcom vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | sackcloth |


As a noun sackcloth is

a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

Backcloth vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

backcloth | sackcloth |


As nouns the difference between backcloth and sackcloth

is that backcloth is the painted scenery at the back of a stage; the backdrop while sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

Packcloth vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

packcloth | sackcloth |


As nouns the difference between packcloth and sackcloth

is that packcloth is a strong, coarse cloth used for packaging while sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

Sackcloth vs Sackclothed - What's the difference?

sackcloth | sackclothed |


As a noun sackcloth

is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

As an adjective sackclothed is

dressed in sackcloth.

Figuratively vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

figuratively | sackcloth |


As an adverb figuratively

is (manner) in a figurative manner.

As a noun sackcloth is

a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

Penance vs Sackcloth - What's the difference?

penance | sackcloth |


As nouns the difference between penance and sackcloth

is that penance is a voluntary self-imposed punishment for a sinful act or wrongdoing it may be intended to serve as reparation for the act while sackcloth is a coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.

As a verb penance

is to impose penance; to punish.

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