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slakes

Terms vs Slakes - What's the difference?

terms | slakes |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb slakes is

(slake).

Splakes vs Slakes - What's the difference?

splakes | slakes |


As a noun splakes

is plural of lang=en.

As a verb slakes is

third-person singular of slake.

Flakes vs Slakes - What's the difference?

flakes | slakes |


As a noun flakes

is plural of lang=en.

As a verb slakes is

third-person singular of slake.

Lakes vs Slakes - What's the difference?

lakes | slakes |


As verbs the difference between lakes and slakes

is that lakes is third-person singular of lake while slakes is third-person singular of slake.

As a proper noun Lakes

is the Lake District is also known as the Lakes or Lakeland. It is a rural area in North West England.

As a noun lakes

is plural of lang=en.

Slaves vs Slakes - What's the difference?

slaves | slakes |


As verbs the difference between slaves and slakes

is that slaves is third-person singular of slave while slakes is third-person singular of slake.

As a noun slaves

is plural of lang=en.

Slakes vs Slakest - What's the difference?

slakes | slakest |


As verbs the difference between slakes and slakest

is that slakes is (slake) while slakest is (archaic) (slake).

Slakes vs Slaken - What's the difference?

slakes | slaken |


As verbs the difference between slakes and slaken

is that slakes is (slake) while slaken is .

Clakes vs Slakes - What's the difference?

clakes | slakes |


As a noun clakes

is .

As a verb slakes is

(slake).

Sakes vs Slakes - What's the difference?

sakes | slakes |


As a noun sakes

is plural of lang=en, meaning benefit.

As a verb slakes is

third-person singular of slake.

Slaked vs Slakes - What's the difference?

slaked | slakes |


As verbs the difference between slaked and slakes

is that slaked is (slake) while slakes is (slake).

As an adjective slaked

is allayed; quenched; extinguished; as, a slaked thirst.

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