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sare

Is vs Sare - What's the difference?

is | sare |


As a verb is

is third-person singular of be.

As a noun is

is plural of lang=en.

As an adjective sare is

dry, withered.

As an adverb sare is

much, very much, greatly.

Sare vs Sore - What's the difference?

sare | sore |


As adjectives the difference between sare and sore

is that sare is dry, withered while sore is causing pain or discomfort; painfully sensitive.

As adverbs the difference between sare and sore

is that sare is much, very much, greatly while sore is very, excessively, extremely (of something bad).

As a noun sore is

an injured, infected, inflamed or diseased patch of skin.

As a verb sore is

mutilate the legs or feet of (a horse) in order to induce a particular gait in the animal.

Sare vs Sarn - What's the difference?

sare | sarn |


As an adjective sare

is dry, withered.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

As a noun sarn is

a pavement or stepping stone.

Sare vs Sware - What's the difference?

sare | sware |


As an adjective sare

is dry, withered.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

As a verb sware is

simple past of swear.

Sare vs Sart - What's the difference?

sare | sart |


As an adjective sare

is dry, withered.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

As a noun sart is

an assart, or clearing.

Sacre vs Sare - What's the difference?

sacre | sare |


As a verb sacre

is to consecrate.

As an adjective sare is

dry, withered.

As an adverb sare is

much, very much, greatly.

Sare vs Yare - What's the difference?

sare | yare |


As adjectives the difference between sare and yare

is that sare is dry, withered while yare is ready; prepared.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

Scare vs Sare - What's the difference?

scare | sare |


As a noun scare

is a minor fright.

As a verb scare

is to frighten, terrify, startle, especially in a minor way.

As an adjective sare is

dry, withered.

As an adverb sare is

much, very much, greatly.

Sare vs Saye - What's the difference?

sare | saye |


As an adjective sare

is dry, withered.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

As a verb saye is

obsolete spelling of say.

Sare vs Sage - What's the difference?

sare | sage |


As adjectives the difference between sare and sage

is that sare is dry, withered while sage is wise.

As an adverb sare

is much, very much, greatly.

As a noun sage is

a wise person or spiritual teacher; a man or woman of gravity and wisdom, especially, a teacher venerable for years, and of sound judgment and prudence; a grave or stoic philosopher.

As an interjection sage is

Word used in the email field of to prevent a bump of the post. Used as an option rather than a word in some imageboard software.

As a verb sage is

the act of using the word or option sage in the email field or a checkbox of an when posting a reply.

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