scarp

Scarp vs Scare - What's the difference?

scarp | scare |


As nouns the difference between scarp and scare

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while scare is a minor fright.

As verbs the difference between scarp and scare

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while scare is to frighten, terrify, startle, especially in a minor way.

Scarp vs Sharp - What's the difference?

scarp | sharp |


As a noun 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.

As a proper noun sharp is

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Scarp vs Carp - What's the difference?

scarp | carp |


As nouns the difference between scarp and carp

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while carp is any of various freshwater fish of the family cyprinidae'', especially the common carp, ''cyprinus carpio .

As verbs the difference between scarp and carp

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while carp is to complain about a fault; to harp on.

Scarp vs Remove - What's the difference?

scarp | remove |


As nouns the difference between scarp and remove

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while remove is the act of removing something.

As verbs the difference between scarp and remove

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while remove is (label) to move something from one place to another, especially to take away.

Scarp vs Escarp - What's the difference?

scarp | escarp |


As nouns the difference between scarp and escarp

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while escarp is the side of the ditch next to the parapet in a fortification; the scarp.

As verbs the difference between scarp and escarp

is that scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment while escarp is to make into, or furnish with, a steep slope, like that of a scarp.

Scarp vs Cliff - What's the difference?

scarp | cliff |


As nouns the difference between scarp and cliff

is that scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet while cliff is a vertical (or nearly vertical) rock face or cliff can be (music).

As a verb scarp

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

What is the difference between erode and scarp?

erode | scarp |


As verbs the difference between erode and scarp

is that erode is to wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction while scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

As a noun scarp is

the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet.

What is the difference between scrape and scarp?

scrape | scarp |


As verbs the difference between scrape and scarp

is that scrape is to draw an object, especially a sharp or angular one, along (something) while exerting pressure while scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

As nouns the difference between scrape and scarp

is that scrape is a broad, shallow injury left by scraping (rather than a cut or a scratch) while scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet.

What is the difference between cut and scarp?

cut | scarp |


As nouns the difference between cut and scarp

is that cut is an opening resulting from cutting while scarp is the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet.

As verbs the difference between cut and scarp

is that cut is   to perform an incision on, for example with a knife while scarp is (earth science|geography|transitive) to cut, scrape, erode, or otherwise make into a scarp or escarpment.

As a adjective cut

is (participial adjective) having been cut .

What is the difference between erosion and scarp?

erosion | scarp |


As nouns the difference between erosion and scarp

is that erosion is (uncountable) the result of having been being worn away or eroded, as by a glacier on rock or the sea on a cliff face 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.

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