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Brag vs Skite - What's the difference?

brag | skite | Related terms |

Brag is a related term of skite.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between brag and skite

is that brag is (obsolete) proudly; boastfully while skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

As verbs the difference between brag and skite

is that brag is to boast; to talk with excessive pride about what one has, can do, or has done while skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

As nouns the difference between brag and skite

is that brag is a boast or boasting; bragging; ostentatious pretence or self-glorification while skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

As an adjective brag

is first-rate.

As an adverb brag

is (obsolete) proudly; boastfully.

Vaunt vs Skite - What's the difference?

vaunt | skite | Related terms |

Vaunt is a related term of skite.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between vaunt and skite

is that vaunt is (obsolete) the first part while skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

As verbs the difference between vaunt and skite

is that vaunt is to speak boastfully while skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

As nouns the difference between vaunt and skite

is that vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part while skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

Slite vs Skite - What's the difference?

slite | skite |


As verbs the difference between slite and skite

is that slite is (dialectal) to slit; tear or rip up while skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

As nouns the difference between slite and skite

is that slite is (dialectal) the act or process of ripping up; rending; wear and tear while skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

Skite vs Skit - What's the difference?

skite | skit |


As nouns the difference between skite and skit

is that skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow while skit is .

As a verb skite

is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

Skite vs Skie - What's the difference?

skite | skie |


As verbs the difference between skite and skie

is that skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast while skie is .

As a noun skite

is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

Skite vs Suite - What's the difference?

skite | suite |


As nouns the difference between skite and suite

is that skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow while suite is (l) (group of connected rooms).

As a verb skite

is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

Skite vs Shite - What's the difference?

skite | shite |


As nouns the difference between skite and shite

is that skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow while shite is (british|irish|vulgar) shit, trash, rubbish.

As verbs the difference between skite and shite

is that skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast while shite is (uk|vulgar|chiefly|scotland|ireland) to defecate.

As an adjective shite is

(british|irish|vulgar) bad, awful, shit.

As an interjection shite is

(uk|irish|vulgar).

Skite vs Skited - What's the difference?

skite | skited |


As verbs the difference between skite and skited

is that skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast while skited is (skite).

As a noun skite

is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

Skate vs Skite - What's the difference?

skate | skite |


As verbs the difference between skate and skite

is that skate is while skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast.

As a noun skite is

(obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow.

Skite vs Spite - What's the difference?

skite | spite |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between skite and spite

is that skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow while spite is (obsolete) to be angry at; to hate.

As nouns the difference between skite and spite

is that skite is (obsolete) a sudden hit or blow; a glancing blow while spite is ill will or hatred toward another, accompanied with the disposition to irritate, annoy, or thwart; a desire to vex or injure; petty malice; grudge; rancor.

As verbs the difference between skite and spite

is that skite is (australia|ireland|new zealand) to boast while spite is to treat maliciously; to try to injure or thwart.

As a preposition spite is

notwithstanding; despite.

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