shawl

Shallow vs Shawl - What's the difference?

shallow | shawl |


As nouns the difference between shallow and shawl

is that shallow is a shallow portion of an otherwise deep body of water while shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.

As verbs the difference between shallow and shawl

is that shallow is to make or become less deep while shawl is to wrap in a shawl.

As an adjective shallow

is having little depth; significantly less deep than wide.

Shawl vs Sash - What's the difference?

shawl | sash |


As nouns the difference between shawl and sash

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while sash is a decorative length of cloth worn as a broad belt or over the shoulder, often for ceremonial or other formal occasions or sash can be the opening part of a window usually containing the glass panes, hinged to the jamb, or sliding up and down as in a sash window.

As verbs the difference between shawl and sash

is that shawl is to wrap in a shawl while sash is to adorn with a sash or scarf.

Shawl vs Wrap - What's the difference?

shawl | wrap |


As nouns the difference between shawl and wrap

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while wrap is wrap (food).

As a verb shawl

is to wrap in a shawl.

Headscarf vs Shawl - What's the difference?

headscarf | shawl |


As nouns the difference between headscarf and shawl

is that headscarf is a more or less square piece of material worn over the head by women, often to protect the hair, or for religious reasons while shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.

As a verb shawl is

to wrap in a shawl.

Bandana vs Shawl - What's the difference?

bandana | shawl |


As nouns the difference between bandana and shawl

is that bandana is a large kerchief, usually colourful and used either as headgear or as a handkerchief, neckerchief, bikini, or sweatband while shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.

As a verb shawl is

to wrap in a shawl.

Shawl vs Ruana - What's the difference?

shawl | ruana |


As nouns the difference between shawl and ruana

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while ruana is an outer garment typical of the andes region of venezuela and colombia, and resembling a poncho.

As a verb shawl

is to wrap in a shawl.

Shawl vs Stole - What's the difference?

shawl | stole |


As nouns the difference between shawl and stole

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while stole is an ecclesiastical garment or stole can be (botany) a stolon.

As verbs the difference between shawl and stole

is that shawl is to wrap in a shawl while stole is (steal).

Shawl vs Tabard - What's the difference?

shawl | tabard | Related terms |

Shawl is a related term of tabard.


As nouns the difference between shawl and tabard

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while tabard is a silk banner attached to a bugle or trumpet.

As a verb shawl

is to wrap in a shawl.

Shawl vs Fichu - What's the difference?

shawl | fichu |


As nouns the difference between shawl and fichu

is that shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders while fichu is a woman's lightweight triangular scarf worn over the shoulders and tied in front.

As a verb shawl

is to wrap in a shawl.

Muffler vs Shawl - What's the difference?

muffler | shawl |


As nouns the difference between muffler and shawl

is that muffler is (us) part of the exhaust pipe of a car that dampens the noise the engine produces while shawl is a square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.

As a verb shawl is

to wrap in a shawl.

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