sift

Sift vs Unbolted - What's the difference?

sift | unbolted |


As verbs the difference between sift and unbolted

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while unbolted is (unbolt).

As an adjective unbolted is

not sifted.

Sift vs Sifted - What's the difference?

sift | sifted |


As verbs the difference between sift and sifted

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

As an adjective sifted is

having been sifted.

Sift vs Bolting - What's the difference?

sift | bolting |


As verbs the difference between sift and bolting

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

As a noun bolting is

a sifting, as of flour or meal.

Examine vs Sift - What's the difference?

examine | sift |


As verbs the difference between examine and sift

is that examine is to observe or inspect carefully or critically while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

Scatter vs Sift - What's the difference?

scatter | sift |


As verbs the difference between scatter and sift

is that scatter is (ergative) to (cause to) separate and go in different directions; to disperse while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

Strain vs Sift - What's the difference?

strain | sift |


As verbs the difference between strain and sift

is that strain is (obsolete) to hold tightly, to clasp while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

As a noun strain

is (obsolete) treasure or strain can be the act of straining, or the state of being strained.

Separate vs Sift - What's the difference?

separate | sift |


As verbs the difference between separate and sift

is that separate is to divide (a thing) into separate parts while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

As a adjective separate

is apart from (the rest); not connected to or attached to (anything else).

As a noun separate

is (usually|in the plural) anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing.

Sort vs Sift - What's the difference?

sort | sift |


As verbs the difference between sort and sift

is that sort is (senseid)to separate according to certain criteria while sift is to sieve or strain (something).

As a noun sort

is a general type.

Sift vs Ree - What's the difference?

sift | ree |


As verbs the difference between sift and ree

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while ree is to become extremely excited; fly into a rage or ree can be (obsolete|uk|dialect) to riddle; to sift; to separate or throw off.

As a noun ree is

(rei) or ree can be a state of befuddlement; intoxication.

As a adjective ree is

wild; fierce; outrageous; overexcited; frenzied; delirious; crazy.

Sift vs Winnow - What's the difference?

sift | winnow |


As verbs the difference between sift and winnow

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while winnow is (agriculture) to subject (granular material, especially food grain) to a current of air separating heavier and lighter components, as grain from chaff.

As a noun winnow is

that which winnows or which is used in winnowing; a contrivance for fanning or winnowing grain.

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