shanty

Shanty vs Shacks - What's the difference?

shanty | shacks |


As nouns the difference between shanty and shacks

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while shacks is .

As verbs the difference between shanty and shacks

is that shanty is to inhabit a shanty while shacks is (shack).

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

Shanty vs Lodge - What's the difference?

shanty | lodge | Related terms |

Shanty is a related term of lodge.


As nouns the difference between shanty and lodge

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while lodge is a building for recreational use such as a hunting lodge or a summer cabin.

As verbs the difference between shanty and lodge

is that shanty is to inhabit a shanty while lodge is to be firmly fixed in a specified position.

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

Bach vs Shanty - What's the difference?

bach | shanty | Related terms |

Bach is a related term of shanty.


As a proper noun bach

is of english-speakers.

As a noun shanty is

a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song.

As an adjective shanty is

(us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

As a verb shanty is

to inhabit a shanty.

Shanty vs Chalet - What's the difference?

shanty | chalet | Related terms |

Shanty is a related term of chalet.


As nouns the difference between shanty and chalet

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while chalet is .

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

As a verb shanty

is to inhabit a shanty.

Shanty vs Hutch - What's the difference?

shanty | hutch | Related terms |

Shanty is a related term of hutch.


As nouns the difference between shanty and hutch

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while hutch is a cage in which a rabbit or rabbits are kept.

As verbs the difference between shanty and hutch

is that shanty is to inhabit a shanty while hutch is to hoard or lay up, in a chest.

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

Crib vs Shanty - What's the difference?

crib | shanty | Related terms |

Crib is a related term of shanty.


In australia|new zealand|lang=en terms the difference between crib and shanty

is that crib is (australia|new zealand) a packed lunch taken to work while shanty is (australia|new zealand) an unlicenced pub.

As nouns the difference between crib and shanty

is that crib is (us) a baby’s bed (british and australasian cot) with high, often slatted, often moveable sides, suitable for a child who has outgrown a cradle or bassinet while shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song.

As verbs the difference between crib and shanty

is that crib is to place or confine in a crib while shanty is to inhabit a shanty.

As an adjective shanty is

(us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

Shanty vs Cottage - What's the difference?

shanty | cottage |


As nouns the difference between shanty and cottage

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while cottage is a small house; a cot; a hut.

As verbs the difference between shanty and cottage

is that shanty is to inhabit a shanty while cottage is to stay at a seasonal home, to go cottaging.

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

Shants vs Shanty - What's the difference?

shants | shanty |


As nouns the difference between shants and shanty

is that shants is an article of clothing too long to be designated as shorts, but too short to be considered pants while shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song.

As an adjective shanty is

(us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

As a verb shanty is

to inhabit a shanty.

Slanty vs Shanty - What's the difference?

slanty | shanty |


As adjectives the difference between slanty and shanty

is that slanty is (informal) slanted while shanty is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

As a noun shanty is

a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song.

As a verb shanty is

to inhabit a shanty.

Shanty vs Shawty - What's the difference?

shanty | shawty |


As nouns the difference between shanty and shawty

is that shanty is a roughly-built hut or cabin or shanty can be a sailor′s work song while shawty is (african american vernacular english).

As an adjective shanty

is (us|pejorative) living in shanties ; poor, ill-mannered and violent or shanty can be jaunty; showy.

As a verb shanty

is to inhabit a shanty.

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