skulk

Sidle vs Skulk - What's the difference?

sidle | skulk |


As nouns the difference between sidle and skulk

is that sidle is a sideways movement while skulk is a group of foxes.

As verbs the difference between sidle and skulk

is that sidle is to move sideways while skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide.

Skulk vs Loiter - What's the difference?

skulk | loiter |


As verbs the difference between skulk and loiter

is that skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide while loiter is to stand about without any aim or purpose; to stand about idly; to linger; to hang around.

As a noun skulk

is a group of foxes.

Ambush vs Skulk - What's the difference?

ambush | skulk |


As nouns the difference between ambush and skulk

is that ambush is the act of concealing oneself and lying in wait to attack by surprise while skulk is a group of foxes.

As verbs the difference between ambush and skulk

is that ambush is to station in ambush with a view to surprise an enemy while skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide.

Skulk vs Bluff - What's the difference?

skulk | bluff |


As a noun skulk

is a group of foxes.

As a verb skulk

is to conceal oneself; to hide.

As a proper noun bluff is

the southernmost town in the south island of new zealand, and seaport for the southland region.

Skulk vs Tipsy - What's the difference?

skulk | tipsy |


As a noun skulk

is a group of foxes.

As a verb skulk

is to conceal oneself; to hide.

As an adjective tipsy is

slightly drunk, fuddled, staggering, foolish as a result of drinking alcoholic beverages.

Skulk vs Prowl - What's the difference?

skulk | prowl |


As nouns the difference between skulk and prowl

is that skulk is a group of foxes while prowl is (colloquial) the act of prowling.

As verbs the difference between skulk and prowl

is that skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide while prowl is to rove over, through, or about in a stealthy manner; especially, to search in, as for prey or booty.

Slink vs Skulk - What's the difference?

slink | skulk |


As nouns the difference between slink and skulk

is that slink is snail while skulk is a group of foxes.

As a verb skulk is

to conceal oneself; to hide.

Snoop vs Skulk - What's the difference?

snoop | skulk |


As verbs the difference between snoop and skulk

is that snoop is to be devious and cunning so as not to be seen while skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide.

As nouns the difference between snoop and skulk

is that snoop is the act of snooping while skulk is a group of foxes.

Sneaking vs Skulk - What's the difference?

sneaking | skulk |


As verbs the difference between sneaking and skulk

is that sneaking is while skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide.

As nouns the difference between sneaking and skulk

is that sneaking is the act of one who sneaks while skulk is a group of foxes.

Foist vs Skulk - What's the difference?

foist | skulk |


As verbs the difference between foist and skulk

is that foist is to introduce or insert surreptitiously or without warrant while skulk is to conceal oneself; to hide.

As nouns the difference between foist and skulk

is that foist is a thief or pickpocket or foist can be (obsolete) a light and fast-sailing ship while skulk is a group of foxes.

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