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Seek vs Ferret - What's the difference?

seek | ferret |


As verbs the difference between seek and ferret

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while ferret is to hunt game with ferrets.

As a noun ferret is

an often domesticated mammal rather like a weasel, descended from the polecat and often trained to hunt burrowing animals or ferret can be (dated) a tape of silk, cotton, or ribbon, used to tie documents, clothing, etc or along the edge of fabric.

Seek vs Curious - What's the difference?

seek | curious |


As a verb seek

is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search.

As an adjective curious is

(lb) fastidious, particular; demanding a high standard of excellence, difficult to satisfy.

Seek vs Interrogate - What's the difference?

seek | interrogate | Related terms |

Seek is a related term of interrogate.


As verbs the difference between seek and interrogate

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while interrogate is to question or quiz, especially in a thorough and/or aggressive manner.

Seek vs Adjure - What's the difference?

seek | adjure | Related terms |

Seek is a related term of adjure.


As verbs the difference between seek and adjure

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while adjure is .

Seek vs Peer - What's the difference?

seek | peer | Related terms |

Seek is a related term of peer.


As a verb seek

is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search.

As a noun peer is

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Seek vs Pay - What's the difference?

seek | pay |


As verbs the difference between seek and pay

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while pay is to give money or other compensation to in exchange for goods or services or pay can be (nautical|transitive) to cover (the bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc) with tar or pitch, or a waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc; to smear.

As a noun pay is

money given in return for work; salary or wages.

As an adjective pay is

operable or accessible on deposit of coins.

Seek vs Claim - What's the difference?

seek | claim | Related terms |

Seek is a related term of claim.


As a verb seek

is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search.

As a noun claim is

claim.

Seek vs Gawk - What's the difference?

seek | gawk | Related terms |

Seek is a related term of gawk.


As verbs the difference between seek and gawk

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while gawk is to stare or gape stupidly.

As a noun gawk is

a cuckoo or gawk can be a simpleton, stupid or clumsy person.

Seek vs Deal - What's the difference?

seek | deal |


As a verb seek

is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search.

As a noun deal is

(slang) a deal.

Seek vs Obey - What's the difference?

seek | obey |


As verbs the difference between seek and obey

is that seek is (lb) to try to find, to look for, to search while obey is to do as ordered by (a person, institution etc), to act according to the bidding of.

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