scarify

Scarify vs Scarifyingly - What's the difference?

scarify | scarifyingly |


As a verb scarify

is (obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar.

As an adverb scarifyingly is

in a scarifying way.

Lawn vs Scarify - What's the difference?

lawn | scarify |


As a noun lawn

is an open space between woods or lawn can be (uncountable) a type of thin linen or cotton.

As a verb scarify is

(obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar.

Thatch vs Scarify - What's the difference?

thatch | scarify |


As verbs the difference between thatch and scarify

is that thatch is to cover the roof with straw, reed, leaves, etc while scarify is (obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar.

As a noun thatch

is straw, rushes, or the like, used for making or covering the roofs of buildings, or of stacks of hay or grain.

Scar vs Scarify - What's the difference?

scar | scarify |


As verbs the difference between scar and scarify

is that scar is to mark the skin permanently while scarify is (obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar.

As a noun scar

is a permanent mark on the skin sometimes caused by the healing of a wound or scar can be a cliff or scar can be a marine food fish, the scarus or parrotfish.

Scarify vs Sax - What's the difference?

scarify | sax |


As verbs the difference between scarify and sax

is that scarify is (obsolete|or|nonstandard) to scar while sax is to cut or slash with a sharp instrument; incise; scarify.

As a noun sax is

(rare|or|obsolete) a knife; a sword; a dagger about 20 inches in length or sax can be short form of saxophone.

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