seals

Penguin vs Seals - What's the difference?

penguin | seals |


As a noun penguin

is any of several flightless sea birds, of order sphenisciformes , found in the southern hemisphere; marked by their usual upright stance, walking on short legs, and (generally) their stark black and white plumage.

As a proper noun seals is

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Seals vs Chops - What's the difference?

seals | chops |


As a proper noun seals

is .

As a noun chops is

.

As a verb chops is

(chop).

Bind vs Seals - What's the difference?

bind | seals |


As a verb bind

is to tie; to confine by any ligature.

As a noun bind

is that which binds or ties.

As a proper noun seals is

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Otters vs Seals - What's the difference?

otters | seals |


As a noun otters

is .

As a proper noun seals is

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Seals vs Manatees - What's the difference?

seals | manatees |


As a proper noun seals

is .

As a noun manatees is

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Seals vs Inscriptions - What's the difference?

seals | inscriptions |


As a proper noun seals

is .

As a noun inscriptions is

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Seals vs Wolves - What's the difference?

seals | wolves |


As a proper noun seals

is .

As a noun wolves is

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Ship vs Seals - What's the difference?

ship | seals |


As a noun ship

is a water-borne vessel generally larger than a boat or ship can be (fandom) a fictional romantic relationship between two persons, either real or themselves fictional.

As a verb ship

is (label) to send by water-borne transport or ship can be (fandom) to write fiction that includes fictional romantic relationships between two persons, either real or themselves fictional.

As a proper noun seals is

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Sealion vs Seals - What's the difference?

sealion | seals |


As a noun sealion

is less common spelling of sea lion.

As a proper noun seals is

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Stones vs Seals - What's the difference?

stones | seals |


As a noun stones

is .

As a verb stones

is (stone).

As a proper noun seals is

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