shoal

Shoal vs Inlet - What's the difference?

shoal | inlet |


As nouns the difference between shoal and inlet

is that shoal is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things while inlet is a body of water let into a coast, such as a bay, cove, fjord or estuary.

As verbs the difference between shoal and inlet

is that shoal is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng while inlet is to let in; admit.

As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

Shoal vs Island - What's the difference?

shoal | island |


As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

As a noun shoal

is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As a verb shoal

is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

As a proper noun island is

iceland.

Shoal vs Never - What's the difference?

shoal | never |


As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

As a noun shoal

is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As a verb shoal

is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

As an adverb never is

at no time; on no occasion; in no circumstance.

Shoal vs Covery - What's the difference?

shoal | covery |


As nouns the difference between shoal and covery

is that shoal is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things while covery is (rare) a dispelling of false or misleading notions.

As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

As a verb shoal

is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

Beach vs Shoal - What's the difference?

beach | shoal |


As a proper noun beach

is .

As an adjective shoal is

shallow.

As a noun shoal is

a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As a verb shoal is

to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

Shoal vs Bird - What's the difference?

shoal | bird |


As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

As a noun shoal

is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As a verb shoal

is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

As a proper noun bird is

.

Sandar vs Shoal - What's the difference?

sandar | shoal |


As verbs the difference between sandar and shoal

is that sandar is to heal, cure while shoal is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

As an adjective shoal is

shallow.

As a noun shoal is

a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

Flight vs Shoal - What's the difference?

flight | shoal | Related terms |

Flight is a related term of shoal.


As nouns the difference between flight and shoal

is that flight is the act of flying or flight can be the act of fleeing while shoal is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As adjectives the difference between flight and shoal

is that flight is (obsolete) fast, swift while shoal is shallow.

As verbs the difference between flight and shoal

is that flight is (cricket|of a spin bowler) to throw the ball in such a way that it has more airtime and more spin than usual while shoal is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

Swarm vs Shoal - What's the difference?

swarm | shoal | Related terms |

Swarm is a related term of shoal.


As nouns the difference between swarm and shoal

is that swarm is a large number of insects, especially when in motion or (for bees) migrating to a new colony while shoal is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things.

As verbs the difference between swarm and shoal

is that swarm is (lb) to move as a swarm while shoal is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng.

As an adjective shoal is

shallow.

Shoal vs Spit - What's the difference?

shoal | spit | Related terms |

Shoal is a related term of spit.


As nouns the difference between shoal and spit

is that shoal is a sandbank or sandbar creating a shallow or shoal can be any large number of persons or things while spit is a rod on which meat is grilled (uk english) or broiled (us english) or spit can be (uncountable) saliva]], especially when [[expectorate|expectorated.

As verbs the difference between shoal and spit

is that shoal is to arrive at a shallow (or less deep) area or shoal can be to collect in a shoal; to throng while spit is to impale on a spit or spit can be (transitive) to evacuate (saliva or another substance) from the mouth.

As an adjective shoal

is shallow.

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