sleet

Sleet vs Slay - What's the difference?

sleet | slay |


As verbs the difference between sleet and slay

is that sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling while slay is to kill, murder.

As a noun sleet

is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

Sleet vs Frozenrain - What's the difference?

sleet | frozenrain |

Drizzle vs Sleet - What's the difference?

drizzle | sleet |


As verbs the difference between drizzle and sleet

is that drizzle is (ambitransitive) to rain lightly; to shed slowly in minute drops or particles while sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

As nouns the difference between drizzle and sleet

is that drizzle is light rain while sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

Sleet vs Hale - What's the difference?

sleet | hale |


As nouns the difference between sleet and hale

is that sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow while hale is , black pine (pinus nigra ) or hale can be awn, beard of grain.

As a verb sleet

is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

Acidrain vs Sleet - What's the difference?

acidrain | sleet |


As a noun sleet is

(chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

As a verb sleet is

(impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

Speet vs Sleet - What's the difference?

speet | sleet |


As verbs the difference between speet and sleet

is that speet is (obsolete|transitive) to stab while sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

As a noun sleet is

(chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

Sleet vs Skeet - What's the difference?

sleet | skeet |


As nouns the difference between sleet and skeet

is that sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow while skeet is (uncountable) a form of trapshooting using clay targets to simulate birds in flight or skeet can be (manx) news or gossip.

As verbs the difference between sleet and skeet

is that sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling while skeet is to shoot or spray (used of fluids) or skeet can be (manx) to look through the front windows of somebody else's house.

Slent vs Sleet - What's the difference?

slent | sleet |


As nouns the difference between slent and sleet

is that slent is while sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow.

As verbs the difference between slent and sleet

is that slent is while sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

Sleet vs Eleet - What's the difference?

sleet | eleet |


As nouns the difference between sleet and eleet

is that sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow while eleet is (internet slang|leet|dated).

As a verb sleet

is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling.

Sleet vs Gleet - What's the difference?

sleet | gleet |


As nouns the difference between sleet and gleet

is that sleet is (chiefly|uk|ireland) a mixture of rain and snow while gleet is (obsolete|except scots) stomach mucus, especially of a hawk.

As verbs the difference between sleet and gleet

is that sleet is (impersonal|of the weather) to be in a state in which sleet is falling while gleet is to flow in a thin, limpid humour; to ooze, as gleet.

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