seely

Seely vs Seels - What's the difference?

seely | seels |


As an adjective seely

is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

As a verb seels is

(seel).

Seely vs Sheely - What's the difference?

seely | sheely |


As an adjective seely

is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

As a noun sheely is

a shilfa, or chaffinch.

Seely vs Seedy - What's the difference?

seely | seedy |


As adjectives the difference between seely and seedy

is that seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate while seedy is disreputable, run-down, sleazy.

Beely vs Seely - What's the difference?

beely | seely |


As adjectives the difference between beely and seely

is that beely is of, relating to or pertaining to bees; apian while seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

As an adverb beely

is in a beely or beelike manner.

As a verb beely

is .

Seely vs Seedly - What's the difference?

seely | seedly |


As adjectives the difference between seely and seedly

is that seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate while seedly is of, like, or relating to seeds; producing or bearing seeds; seedy.

Seely vs Sexly - What's the difference?

seely | sexly |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between seely and sexly

is that seely is (obsolete) silly, foolish while sexly is (obsolete) relating to gender.

As adjectives the difference between seely and sexly

is that seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate while sexly is (obsolete) relating to gender.

Seemly vs Seely - What's the difference?

seemly | seely |


As adjectives the difference between seemly and seely

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

Eely vs Seely - What's the difference?

eely | seely |


As adjectives the difference between eely and seely

is that eely is resembling an eel: long, thin and slippery while seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

Seely vs Seel - What's the difference?

seely | seel |


As an adjective seely

is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate.

As a noun seel is

rope, cord.

Seely vs Steely - What's the difference?

seely | steely |


As adjectives the difference between seely and steely

is that seely is (obsolete) lucky, fortunate while steely is having qualities resembling those of steel, especially hard and resolute.

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