What's the difference between
and
sage
Sage vs Surge  What's the difference?
sage

surge

As verbs the difference between
sage
and
surge
is that
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
while
surge
is (
lb
) to rush, flood, or increase suddenly.
As a noun
surge
is
a sudden transient rush, flood or increase.
Sage vs Nun  What's the difference?
sage

nun

As a verb
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As an adverb
nun
is
.
Stage vs Sage  What's the difference?
stage

sage

As verbs the difference between
stage
and
sage
is that
stage
is to produce on a stage, to perform a play while
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As a noun
stage
is a phase.
Sage vs Sane  What's the difference?
sage

sane

As verbs the difference between
sage
and
sane
is that
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
while
sane
is .
Sage vs Sag  What's the difference?
sage

sag

As a verb
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As an initialism
sag
is
(on a letter), saint anthony guard (or guide).
As an acronym
sag
is
screen actors guild.
Sage vs Sarge  What's the difference?
sage

sarge

As a verb
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As a noun
sarge
is
.
Sage vs Sager  What's the difference?
sage

sager

As a verb
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As an adjective
sager
is
(
sage
).
Sare vs Sage  What's the difference?
sare

sage

As verbs the difference between
sare
and
sage
is that
sare
is while
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
Sags vs Sage  What's the difference?
sags

sage

As verbs the difference between
sags
and
sage
is that
sags
is (
se
) while
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
.
As a noun
sags
is .
Sage vs Rage  What's the difference?
sage

rage

As verbs the difference between
sage
and
rage
is that
sage
is firstperson singular indicative present form of
while
rage
is .
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