shilf

Shill vs Shilf - What's the difference?

shill | shilf |


As nouns the difference between shill and shilf

is that shill is a person paid to endorse a product favourably, while pretending to be impartial while shilf is (obsolete) straw.

As a verb shill

is (pejorative) to promote or endorse in return for payment, especially dishonestly.

Terms vs Shilf - What's the difference?

terms | shilf |


As nouns the difference between terms and shilf

is that terms is while shilf is (obsolete) straw.

Shilf vs Shilfa - What's the difference?

shilf | shilfa |


As nouns the difference between shilf and shilfa

is that shilf is (obsolete) straw while shilfa is (uk|dialect) the chaffinch.

Shily vs Shilf - What's the difference?

shily | shilf |


As an adverb shily

is .

As a noun shilf is

(obsolete) straw.

Shild vs Shilf - What's the difference?

shild | shilf |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between shild and shilf

is that shild is (obsolete) debt; fault; guilt while shilf is (obsolete) straw.

As nouns the difference between shild and shilf

is that shild is (obsolete) debt; fault; guilt while shilf is (obsolete) straw.

Shelf vs Shilf - What's the difference?

shelf | shilf |


As nouns the difference between shelf and shilf

is that shelf is a flat, rigid, rectangular structure, fixed at right angles to a wall, and used to support, store or display objects while shilf is (obsolete) straw.