scarper

Scarper vs Runaway - What's the difference?

scarper | runaway |


As a verb scarper

is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

As a noun runaway is

a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations.

Converse vs Scarper - What's the difference?

converse | scarper |


As verbs the difference between converse and scarper

is that converse is while scarper is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

Scarper vs Brief - What's the difference?

scarper | brief |


As a verb scarper

is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

As a noun brief is

letter (written message).

Scarper vs Scamper - What's the difference?

scarper | scamper |


As verbs the difference between scarper and scamper

is that scarper is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape while scamper is to run quickly and lightly, especially in a playful manner or in an undignified manner.

As a noun scamper is

a quick, light run.

Scarped vs Scarper - What's the difference?

scarped | scarper |


As verbs the difference between scarped and scarper

is that scarped is while scarper is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

Scauper vs Scarper - What's the difference?

scauper | scarper |


As a noun scauper

is a tool with a semicircular edge, used by engravers to clear away the spaces between the lines of an engraving.

As a verb scarper is

(british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

Scarper vs Scalper - What's the difference?

scarper | scalper |


As a verb scarper

is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

As a noun scalper is

one who scalps, or removes the scalp of another.

Scarper vs Scarier - What's the difference?

scarper | scarier |


As a verb scarper

is (british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

As an adjective scarier is

(scary).

Sharper vs Scarper - What's the difference?

sharper | scarper |


As an adjective sharper

is (sharp).

As a noun sharper

is (dated) a swindler; a cheat; a professional gambler who makes his living by cheating.

As a verb scarper is

(british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

Scarer vs Scarper - What's the difference?

scarer | scarper |


As a noun scarer

is one who, or that which, scares.

As a verb scarper is

(british|slang) to run away; to flee; to escape.

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