shank

Shank vs Tine - What's the difference?

shank | tine |


As nouns the difference between shank and tine

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while tine is large wine barrel.

As an adjective shank

is (slang) bad.

As a verb shank

is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

Axis vs Shank - What's the difference?

axis | shank |


As nouns the difference between axis and shank

is that axis is axis (second vertebra) while shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle.

As an adjective shank is

(slang) bad.

As a verb shank is

(archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

Drawing vs Shank - What's the difference?

drawing | shank |


As verbs the difference between drawing and shank

is that drawing is while shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

As nouns the difference between drawing and shank

is that drawing is a picture, likeness, diagram or representation, usually drawn on paper while shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle.

As an adjective shank is

(slang) bad.

Threaded vs Shank - What's the difference?

threaded | shank |


As verbs the difference between threaded and shank

is that threaded is (thread) while shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

As adjectives the difference between threaded and shank

is that threaded is having threads while shank is (slang) bad.

As a noun shank is

the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle.

Shank vs Hilt - What's the difference?

shank | hilt | Related terms |

Shank is a related term of hilt.


In lang=en terms the difference between shank and hilt

is that shank is to fall off, as a leaf, flower, or capsule, on account of disease affecting the supporting footstalk; usually followed by off while hilt is to provide with a hilt.

As nouns the difference between shank and hilt

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while hilt is the handle of a sword, consisting of grip, guard, and pommel, designed to facilitate use of the blade and afford protection to the hand.

As verbs the difference between shank and hilt

is that shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot while hilt is to provide with a hilt.

As an adjective shank

is (slang) bad.

Shank vs Pull - What's the difference?

shank | pull | Related terms |

Shank is a related term of pull.


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between shank and pull

is that shank is (slang) to remove another's pants, especially in jest; to depants while pull is (slang) the act of drinking.

In printing|dated|lang=en terms the difference between shank and pull

is that shank is (printing|dated) the body of a type while pull is (printing|dated) to take or make (a proof or impression); so called because hand presses were worked by pulling a lever.

In lang=en terms the difference between shank and pull

is that shank is to fall off, as a leaf, flower, or capsule, on account of disease affecting the supporting footstalk; usually followed by off while pull is to strain (a muscle, tendon, ligament, etc).

As nouns the difference between shank and pull

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while pull is an act of pulling (applying force).

As verbs the difference between shank and pull

is that shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot while pull is to apply a force to (an object) so that it comes toward the person or thing applying the force.

As an adjective shank

is (slang) bad.

Wobble vs Shank - What's the difference?

wobble | shank |


In lang=en terms the difference between wobble and shank

is that wobble is to cause to wobble while shank is to fall off, as a leaf, flower, or capsule, on account of disease affecting the supporting footstalk; usually followed by off.

As nouns the difference between wobble and shank

is that wobble is an unsteady motion while shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle.

As verbs the difference between wobble and shank

is that wobble is to move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro while shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

As an adjective shank is

(slang) bad.

Shank vs Knob - What's the difference?

shank | knob | Related terms |

Shank is a related term of knob.


As nouns the difference between shank and knob

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while knob is a rounded protuberance, handle, or control switch.

As verbs the difference between shank and knob

is that shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot while knob is (british|slang|vulgar|of a man) to have sex with.

As an adjective shank

is (slang) bad.

Shank vs Grip - What's the difference?

shank | grip | Related terms |

Shank is a related term of grip.


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between shank and grip

is that shank is (slang) to remove another's pants, especially in jest; to depants while grip is (slang) as much as one can hold in a hand; a handful.

In lang=en terms the difference between shank and grip

is that shank is to fall off, as a leaf, flower, or capsule, on account of disease affecting the supporting footstalk; usually followed by off while grip is to do something with another that makes you happy/gives you relief.

As nouns the difference between shank and grip

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while grip is a hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand or grip can be (dialectal) a small ditch or trench; a channel to carry off water or other liquid; a drain or grip can be (obsolete) the griffin.

As verbs the difference between shank and grip

is that shank is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot while grip is to take hold of, particularly with the hand.

As an adjective shank

is (slang) bad.

Thigh vs Shank - What's the difference?

thigh | shank |


As nouns the difference between thigh and shank

is that thigh is the upper leg of a human, between the hip and the knee while shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle.

As an adjective shank is

(slang) bad.

As a verb shank is

(archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

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