sheath

Sheath vs Undefined - What's the difference?

sheath | undefined |


As a noun sheath

is a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

As a verb sheath

is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Sheath vs Blade - What's the difference?

sheath | blade |


As nouns the difference between sheath and blade

is that sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword while blade is (soccer) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc.

As a verb sheath

is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

Sheath vs Quiver - What's the difference?

sheath | quiver |


As nouns the difference between sheath and quiver

is that sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword while quiver is (weaponry) a container for arrows, crossbow bolts or darts, such as those fired from a bow, crossbow or blowgun.

As verbs the difference between sheath and quiver

is that sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath while quiver is to shake or move with slight and tremulous motion; to tremble; to quake; to shudder; to shiver.

As an adjective quiver is

(archaic) nimble, active.

Shell vs Sheath - What's the difference?

shell | sheath |


As a proper noun shell

is a diminutive of the female given name michelle .

As a noun sheath is

a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

As a verb sheath is

to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

Cap vs Sheath - What's the difference?

cap | sheath | Related terms |

Cap is a related term of sheath.


As verbs the difference between cap and sheath

is that cap is to extend one's leg for walking; get a move on while sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

As a noun sheath is

a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

Sheath vs Plait - What's the difference?

sheath | plait | Related terms |

Sheath is a related term of plait.


As verbs the difference between sheath and plait

is that sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath while plait is .

As a noun sheath

is a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

Thickness vs Sheath - What's the difference?

thickness | sheath | Related terms |

Thickness is a related term of sheath.


As nouns the difference between thickness and sheath

is that thickness is (uncountable) the property of being thick (in dimension) while sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

As a verb sheath is

to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

Sheath vs Slice - What's the difference?

sheath | slice | Related terms |

Sheath is a related term of slice.


In british|lang=en terms the difference between sheath and slice

is that sheath is (british) a condom while slice is (british) a snack consisting of pastry with savoury filling.

As nouns the difference between sheath and slice

is that sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword while slice is that which is thin and broad.

As verbs the difference between sheath and slice

is that sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath while slice is to cut into slices.

Sheet vs Sheath - What's the difference?

sheet | sheath | Related terms |

Sheet is a related term of sheath.


As nouns the difference between sheet and sheath

is that sheet is a thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper while sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

As verbs the difference between sheet and sheath

is that sheet is to cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material while sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

Housing vs Sheath - What's the difference?

housing | sheath | Synonyms |

Housing is a synonym of sheath.


As verbs the difference between housing and sheath

is that housing is while sheath is to put an object (especially a weapon, in particular, a sword) into its sheath.

As nouns the difference between housing and sheath

is that housing is (uncountable) the activity of enclosing something or providing a residence for someone while sheath is a scabbard; a holster for a sword.

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