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Sneap - What does it mean?

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Sneap vs Sneak - What's the difference?

sneap | sneak |


As nouns the difference between sneap and sneak

is that sneap is turnip while sneak is one who sneaks; one who moves stealthily to acquire an item or information.

As a verb sneak is

to creep or go stealthily; to come or go while trying to avoid detection, as a person who does not wish to be seen.

As an adjective sneak is

in advance; before release to the general public.

Snead vs Sneap - What's the difference?

snead | sneap |


As nouns the difference between snead and sneap

is that snead is a piece; bit; slice or snead can be (uk) a snath while sneap is turnip.

As a verb snead

is (label) to cut; lop; prune.

Neap vs Sneap - What's the difference?

neap | sneap |


As nouns the difference between neap and sneap

is that neap is the tongue or pole of a cart or other vehicle drawn by two animals or neap can be while sneap is turnip.

As an adjective neap

is designating a tide which occurs just after the first and third quarters of the moon, when there is least difference between high tide and low tide.

As a verb neap

is to trap a ship (or ship and crew) in water too shallow to move, due to the smaller tidal range occurring in a period of neap tides.

Snap vs Sneap - What's the difference?

snap | sneap |


As nouns the difference between snap and sneap

is that snap is (computing) (subnetwork access protocol) while sneap is turnip.

Taxonomy vs Sneap - What's the difference?

taxonomy | sneap |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and sneap

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while sneap is turnip.

Offend vs Sneap - What's the difference?

offend | sneap |


As verbs the difference between offend and sneap

is that offend is (transitive)  to hurt the feelings of; to displease; to make angry; to insult while sneap is (dialectal) to check; reprove abruptly; reprimand; rebuke; chide.

As a noun sneap is

(obsolete) a reprimand; a rebuke.

Thwart vs Sneap - What's the difference?

thwart | sneap |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between thwart and sneap

is that thwart is (obsolete) to move across or counter to; to cross while sneap is (obsolete) a reprimand; a rebuke.

As verbs the difference between thwart and sneap

is that thwart is to prevent; to halt; to cause to fail; to foil; to frustrate while sneap is (dialectal) to check; reprove abruptly; reprimand; rebuke; chide.

As nouns the difference between thwart and sneap

is that thwart is (nautical) a brace, perpendicular to the keel, that helps maintain the beam (breadth) of a marine vessel against external water pressure and that may serve to support the rail while sneap is (obsolete) a reprimand; a rebuke.

As an adjective thwart

is situated or placed across something else; transverse; oblique.

As an adverb thwart

is obliquely; transversely; athwart.

Blight vs Sneap - What's the difference?

blight | sneap |


As nouns the difference between blight and sneap

is that blight is any of many plant diseases causing damage to, or the death of, leaves, fruit or other parts while sneap is (obsolete) a reprimand; a rebuke.

As verbs the difference between blight and sneap

is that blight is to affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of while sneap is (dialectal) to check; reprove abruptly; reprimand; rebuke; chide.

Blast vs Sneap - What's the difference?

blast | sneap |


As nouns the difference between blast and sneap

is that blast is (senseid)a violent gust of wind or blast can be (cytology) an immature or undifferentiated cell (eg, lymphoblast, myeloblast) while sneap is (obsolete) a reprimand; a rebuke.

As verbs the difference between blast and sneap

is that blast is to confound by a loud blast or din while sneap is (dialectal) to check; reprove abruptly; reprimand; rebuke; chide.

As an interjection blast

is blast it; damn it.

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