scarp

Scarp vs Crumb - What's the difference?

scarp | crumb |


As nouns the difference between scarp and crumb

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while crumb is a small piece which breaks off from baked food (such as cake, biscuit or bread).

As verbs the difference between scarp and crumb

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while crumb is to cover with crumbs.

Scarp vs Beef - What's the difference?

scarp | beef |


As nouns the difference between scarp and beef

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while beef is (uncountable) the meat from a cow, bull or other bovines.

As verbs the difference between scarp and beef

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while beef is to complain.

As an adjective beef is

being a bovine animal that is being raised for its meat.

Scarp vs Bank - What's the difference?

scarp | bank |


As nouns the difference between scarp and bank

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while bank is bench, pew.

As a verb scarp

is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

Scarp vs Dip - What's the difference?

scarp | dip |


As nouns the difference between scarp and dip

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while dip is .

As a verb scarp

is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

Scarp vs Fragment - What's the difference?

scarp | fragment |


As nouns the difference between scarp and fragment

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while fragment is fragment.

As a verb scarp

is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

Scarp vs Crag - What's the difference?

scarp | crag |


As nouns the difference between scarp and crag

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As verbs the difference between scarp and crag

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while crag is to chelate.

Spur vs Scarp - What's the difference?

spur | scarp |


As nouns the difference between spur and scarp

is that spur is tire marks while scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet.

As a verb scarp is

(earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

Scarp vs Slope - What's the difference?

scarp | slope |


As nouns the difference between scarp and slope

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while slope is an area of ground that tends evenly upward or downward.

As verbs the difference between scarp and slope

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while slope is (label) to tend steadily upward or downward.

As an adjective slope is

(obsolete) sloping.

As an adverb slope is

(obsolete) slopingly.

Scarp vs Scarph - What's the difference?

scarp | scarph |


As nouns the difference between scarp and scarph

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while scarph is .

As a verb scarp

is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

Scarp vs Scari - What's the difference?

scarp | scari |


As nouns the difference between scarp and scari

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while scari is .

As a verb scarp

is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

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