shafted

Fart vs Shafted - What's the difference?

fart | shafted |


As verbs the difference between fart and shafted

is that fart is (informal|mildly|vulgar) to emit digestive gases from the anus; to flatulate while shafted is (shaft).

As a noun fart

is (informal) an emission of digestive gases from the anus; a flatus.

As an adjective shafted is

fitted with a shaft.

Shafted vs Shifted - What's the difference?

shafted | shifted |


As verbs the difference between shafted and shifted

is that shafted is (shaft) while shifted is (shift).

As an adjective shafted

is fitted with a shaft.

Shafted vs Sharted - What's the difference?

shafted | sharted |


As verbs the difference between shafted and sharted

is that shafted is (shaft) while sharted is (shart).

As an adjective shafted

is fitted with a shaft.

Shafted vs Hafted - What's the difference?

shafted | hafted |


As verbs the difference between shafted and hafted

is that shafted is (shaft) while hafted is (haft).

As an adjective shafted

is fitted with a shaft.

Screwed vs Shafted - What's the difference?

screwed | shafted |


In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between screwed and shafted

is that screwed is (slang) beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger while shafted is (slang) screwed (in all senses); ripped off.

As adjectives the difference between screwed and shafted

is that screwed is (slang) beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger while shafted is fitted with a shaft.

As verbs the difference between screwed and shafted

is that screwed is (screw) while shafted is (shaft).

Tincture vs Shafted - What's the difference?

tincture | shafted |


As verbs the difference between tincture and shafted

is that tincture is to stain or impregnate (something) with colour while shafted is (shaft).

As a noun tincture

is a pigment or other substance that colours or dyes.

As an adjective shafted is

fitted with a shaft.

Shaft vs Shafted - What's the difference?

shaft | shafted |


As verbs the difference between shaft and shafted

is that shaft is (slang) to fuck over; to cause harm to, especially through deceit or treachery while shafted is (shaft).

As a noun shaft

is (lb) the entire body of a long weapon, such as an arrow.

As an adjective shafted is

fitted with a shaft.