shrouds

Stays vs Shrouds - What's the difference?

stays | shrouds |


As nouns the difference between stays and shrouds

is that stays is while shrouds is .

As verbs the difference between stays and shrouds

is that stays is (stay) while shrouds is (shroud).

Shroods vs Shrouds - What's the difference?

shroods | shrouds |


As verbs the difference between shroods and shrouds

is that shroods is (shrood) while shrouds is (shroud).

As a noun shrouds is

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Shrouds vs Shroudy - What's the difference?

shrouds | shroudy |


As a noun shrouds

is .

As a verb shrouds

is (shroud).

As an adjective shroudy is

(obsolete) affording shelter.

Shrouds vs Strouds - What's the difference?

shrouds | strouds |


As nouns the difference between shrouds and strouds

is that shrouds is while strouds is .

As a verb shrouds

is (shroud).

Shrowds vs Shrouds - What's the difference?

shrowds | shrouds |


As verbs the difference between shrowds and shrouds

is that shrowds is (shrowd) while shrouds is (shroud).

As a noun shrouds is

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Shrouds vs Fleet - What's the difference?

shrouds | fleet |


As nouns the difference between shrouds and fleet

is that shrouds is (shroud) while fleet is a group of vessels or vehicles or fleet can be (obsolete) a flood; a creek or inlet, a bay or estuary, a river subject to the tide.

As verbs the difference between shrouds and fleet

is that shrouds is (shroud) while fleet is (obsolete) to float.

As a adjective fleet is

(literary) swift in motion; moving with velocity; light and quick in going from place to place; nimble; fast.