sift

Sift vs Yiff - What's the difference?

sift | yiff |


As a verb sift

is to sieve or strain (something).

As an acronym yiff is

young, independent, freedom-minded few (compare yuppie).

Pick vs Sift - What's the difference?

pick | sift |


As verbs the difference between pick and sift

is that pick is to grasp and pull with the fingers or fingernails while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

As a noun pick

is a tool used for digging; a pickaxe.

Select vs Sift - What's the difference?

select | sift |


As an adjective select

is select.

As a verb sift is

to sieve or strain (something).

Increased vs Sift - What's the difference?

increased | sift |


As verbs the difference between increased and sift

is that increased is (increase) while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

Filtrate vs Sift - What's the difference?

filtrate | sift |


As a noun filtrate

is .

As a verb sift is

to sieve or strain (something).

Sift vs Flit - What's the difference?

sift | flit |


As verbs the difference between sift and flit

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while flit is to move about rapidly and nimbly.

As a noun flit is

a fluttering or darting movement.

As an adjective flit is

(poetic|obsolete) fast, nimble.

Sift vs Screen - What's the difference?

sift | screen |


As verbs the difference between sift and screen

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while screen is to filter by passing through a screen.

As a noun screen is

a physical divider intended to block an area from view, or provide shelter from something dangerous.

Sift vs Surf - What's the difference?

sift | surf |


As verbs the difference between sift and surf

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

As a noun surf is

waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

Sift vs Sprinkle - What's the difference?

sift | sprinkle |


As verbs the difference between sift and sprinkle

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while sprinkle is (lb) to cause (a substance) to fall in fine drops (for a liquid substance) or small pieces (for a solid substance).

As a noun sprinkle is

a light covering with a sprinkled substance.

Sift vs Null - What's the difference?

sift | null |


As a verb sift

is to sieve or strain (something).

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

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