shoogly

Shoogly vs Shoofly - What's the difference?

shoogly | shoofly |


As an adjective shoogly

is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

As a noun shoofly is

a child's rocker having a seat supported between two boards cut and painted to resemble animals.

Taxonomy vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

taxonomy | shoogly |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective shoogly is

(scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

Rickety vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

rickety | shoogly |


As adjectives the difference between rickety and shoogly

is that rickety is of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky while shoogly is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

Unsteady vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

unsteady | shoogly |


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and shoogly

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while shoogly is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

As a verb unsteady

is to render unsteady, removing balance.

Giddy vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

giddy | shoogly |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and shoogly

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while shoogly is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Shaky vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

shaky | shoogly |


As adjectives the difference between shaky and shoogly

is that shaky is shaking]] or [[tremble|trembling while shoogly is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

Shoogly vs Shoogle - What's the difference?

shoogly | shoogle | Derived terms |

Shoogly is a derived term of shoogle.


As an adjective shoogly

is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

As a verb shoogle is

(transitive|scotland|northern england) to shake or rock rapidly.

As a noun shoogle is

an act of shoogling ; a shake.