slough

Slough vs Mire - What's the difference?

slough | mire |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a noun mire is

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Slough vs Disentangle - What's the difference?

slough | disentangle |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a verb disentangle is

to free something from entanglement; to extricate or unknot.

Slough vs Sloth - What's the difference?

slough | sloth |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a noun sloth is

(uncountable) laziness; slowness in the mindset; disinclination to action or labour.

As a verb sloth is

(obsolete|intransitive) to be idle.

Creek vs Slough - What's the difference?

creek | slough |


As proper nouns the difference between creek and slough

is that creek is the muskogean language of the creek tribe while slough is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a noun creek

is one of a native american tribe from the southeastern united states.

As an adjective creek

is of or pertaining to the creek tribe.

Eschar vs Slough - What's the difference?

eschar | slough |


As a noun eschar

is a dry, dark scab or scar, especially as a result of burning.

As a proper noun slough is

a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

Doff vs Slough - What's the difference?

doff | slough |


As a verb doff

is (clothing) to remove or take off, especially of clothing.

As a proper noun slough is

a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

Slough vs Trough - What's the difference?

slough | trough |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a noun trough is

a long, narrow container, open on top, for feeding or watering animals.

As a verb trough is

to eat in a vulgar style, as if eating from a trough.

Slough vs Debris - What's the difference?

slough | debris |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a noun debris is

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Slough vs Molt - What's the difference?

slough | molt |


As a proper noun slough

is a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

As a verb molt is

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Morass vs Slough - What's the difference?

morass | slough | Related terms |

Morass is a related term of slough.


As a noun morass

is a tract of soft, wet ground; a marsh; a fen.

As a proper noun slough is

a town in east berkshire, and formerly in buckinghamshire, close to heathrow airport.

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