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Tramp vs Slog - What's the difference?

tramp | slog |


As nouns the difference between tramp and slog

is that tramp is (pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond while slog is army, host.

As a verb tramp

is to walk with heavy footsteps.

Slog vs Dug - What's the difference?

slog | dug |


As nouns the difference between slog and dug

is that slog is army, host while dug is (chiefly|in the plural) on domestic mammal containing more than two breasts.

As a verb dug is

(dig).

Slog vs Thump - What's the difference?

slog | thump |


As nouns the difference between slog and thump

is that slog is army, host while thump is a blow that produces a muffled sound.

As a verb thump is

to hit (someone or something) as if to make a.

Slog vs Mite - What's the difference?

slog | mite |


As nouns the difference between slog and mite

is that slog is army, host while mite is shoot.

Ordeal vs Slog - What's the difference?

ordeal | slog |


As nouns the difference between ordeal and slog

is that ordeal is a painful or trying experience while slog is army, host.

Slog vs Strive - What's the difference?

slog | strive |


As nouns the difference between slog and strive

is that slog is army, host while strive is (obsolete) an effort; a striving.

As a verb strive is

to try to achieve a result; to make strenuous effort; to try earnestly and persistently.

Struggle vs Slog - What's the difference?

struggle | slog |


As nouns the difference between struggle and slog

is that struggle is strife, contention, great effort while slog is army, host.

As a verb struggle

is to strive, to labour in difficulty, to fight (for'' or ''against ), to contend.

Trek vs Slog - What's the difference?

trek | slog |


As a proper noun trek

is .

As an adjective trek

is .

As a noun slog is

army, host.

Slog - What does it mean?

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Clamber vs Slog - What's the difference?

clamber | slog |


As nouns the difference between clamber and slog

is that clamber is the act of clambering; a difficult or haphazard climb while slog is army, host.

As a verb clamber

is to climb with some difficulty, or in a haphazard fashion.

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