scuff

Scold vs Scuff - What's the difference?

scold | scuff |


As nouns the difference between scold and scuff

is that scold is (obsolete) a person fond of abusive language, in particular a troublesome and angry woman while scuff is the back part of the neck; the scruff.

As verbs the difference between scold and scuff

is that scold is to rebuke while scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As an adjective scuff is

caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

Scuff vs Chipping - What's the difference?

scuff | chipping |


As verbs the difference between scuff and chipping

is that scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball while chipping is .

As nouns the difference between scuff and chipping

is that scuff is the back part of the neck; the scruff while chipping is a fragment broken off of a larger material.

As an adjective scuff

is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

Abrade vs Scuff - What's the difference?

abrade | scuff |


As verbs the difference between abrade and scuff

is that abrade is to rub or wear off; erode or abrade can be while scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As an adjective scuff is

caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a noun scuff is

the back part of the neck; the scruff.

Scuff vs Graze - What's the difference?

scuff | graze |


As verbs the difference between scuff and graze

is that scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball while graze is to feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc) with grass; to furnish pasture for.

As nouns the difference between scuff and graze

is that scuff is the back part of the neck; the scruff while graze is the act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing.

As an adjective scuff

is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

Scuff vs Plunder - What's the difference?

scuff | plunder |


As verbs the difference between scuff and plunder

is that scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball while plunder is .

As an adjective scuff

is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a noun scuff

is the back part of the neck; the scruff.

Scuff vs Sand - What's the difference?

scuff | sand |


As verbs the difference between scuff and sand

is that scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball while sand is .

As an adjective scuff

is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a noun scuff

is the back part of the neck; the scruff.

Scuff vs Wear - What's the difference?

scuff | wear |


As an adjective scuff

is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a verb scuff

is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As a noun scuff

is the back part of the neck; the scruff.

As a proper noun wear is

a river in the county of tyne and wear in north east england the city of sunderland is found upon its banks.

Scuff vs Ridicule - What's the difference?

scuff | ridicule |


As adjectives the difference between scuff and ridicule

is that scuff is caused by scraping, usually with one's feet while ridicule is (obsolete) ridiculous.

As verbs the difference between scuff and ridicule

is that scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball while ridicule is to criticize or disapprove of someone or something through scornful jocularity; to make fun of.

As nouns the difference between scuff and ridicule

is that scuff is the back part of the neck; the scruff while ridicule is derision; mocking or humiliating words or behaviour.

Rub vs Scuff - What's the difference?

rub | scuff |


As a symbol rub

is russian rouble.

As an adjective scuff is

caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

As a verb scuff is

to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As a noun scuff is

the back part of the neck; the scruff.

Chaff vs Scuff - What's the difference?

chaff | scuff |


As nouns the difference between chaff and scuff

is that chaff is the inedible parts of a grain-producing plant while scuff is the back part of the neck; the scruff.

As verbs the difference between chaff and scuff

is that chaff is to use light, idle language by way of fun or ridicule; to banter while scuff is to mishit (a shot on a ball) due to poor contact with the ball.

As an adjective scuff is

caused by scraping, usually with one's feet.

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