shye

Shye vs Scye - What's the difference?

shye | scye |


As an adjective shye

is obsolete spelling of lang=en.

As a noun scye is

an armhole (or, occasionally, a leghole) in tailoring and dressmaking.

Shye vs Shyer - What's the difference?

shye | shyer |


As adjectives the difference between shye and shyer

is that shye is while shyer is (shy).

Shye vs Saye - What's the difference?

shye | saye |


As an adjective shye

is .

As a verb saye is

.

Shee vs Shye - What's the difference?

shee | shye |


As a pronoun shee

is obsolete spelling of lang=en.

As an adjective shye is

obsolete spelling of lang=en.

Snye vs Shye - What's the difference?

snye | shye |


As a verb snye

is .

As an adjective shye is

.

Seye vs Shye - What's the difference?

seye | shye |


As a verb seye

is obsolete spelling of say.

As an adjective shye is

obsolete spelling of lang=en.

Shye vs Hye - What's the difference?

shye | hye |


As adjectives the difference between shye and hye

is that shye is while hye is .

As a verb hye is

.

Shie vs Shye - What's the difference?

shie | shye |


As a verb shie

is alternative form of nodot=yes lang=en (to throw).

As an adjective shye is

obsolete spelling of lang=en.

Shy vs Shye - What's the difference?

shy | shye |


As adjectives the difference between shy and shye

is that shy is easily frightened; timid while shye is .

As a verb shy

is to avoid due to timidness or caution.

As a noun shy

is an act of throwing.

Shoe vs Shye - What's the difference?

shoe | shye |


As a noun shoe

is a protective covering for the foot, with a bottom part composed of thick leather or plastic sole and often a thicker heel, and a softer upper part made of leather or synthetic material. Shoes generally do not extend above the ankle, as opposed to boots, which do.

As a verb shoe

is to put shoes on one's feet.

As an adjective shye is

obsolete spelling of lang=en.

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