shude

Shure vs Shude - What's the difference?

shure | shude |


As an adjective shure

is .

As a noun shude is

the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

Terms vs Shude - What's the difference?

terms | shude |


As nouns the difference between terms and shude

is that terms is while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

Shode vs Shude - What's the difference?

shode | shude |


As nouns the difference between shode and shude

is that shode is while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

As a verb shode

is .

Shud vs Shude - What's the difference?

shud | shude |


As nouns the difference between shud and shude

is that shud is (obsolete|outside|derbyshire|east anglia|herefordshire|yorkshire) a (l) while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

As a verb shud

is .

Shade vs Shude - What's the difference?

shade | shude |


As nouns the difference between shade and shude

is that shade is (label) darkness where light, particularly sunlight, is blocked while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

As a verb shade

is to shield from light.

Shute vs Shude - What's the difference?

shute | shude |


As nouns the difference between shute and shude

is that shute is while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.

Shide vs Shude - What's the difference?

shide | shude |


As nouns the difference between shide and shude

is that shide is a thin board; a billet of wood; splinter while shude is the husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.