snooze

Meditate vs Snooze - What's the difference?

meditate | snooze |


In lang=en terms the difference between meditate and snooze

is that meditate is to sit or lie down and come to a deep rest while still remaining conscious while snooze is to pause; to postpone for a short while.

As verbs the difference between meditate and snooze

is that meditate is to contemplate; to keep the mind fixed upon something; to study while snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

As a noun snooze is

a period of sleep; a nap.

Carryover vs Snooze - What's the difference?

carryover | snooze |


As nouns the difference between carryover and snooze

is that carryover is something whose duration has been extended or that has been transferred to another time while snooze is a period of sleep; a nap.

As a verb snooze is

to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

Holdover vs Snooze - What's the difference?

holdover | snooze |


As nouns the difference between holdover and snooze

is that holdover is something left behind, saved or remaining from an earlier time'' while snooze is a period of sleep; a nap.

As a verb snooze is

to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

Handout vs Snooze - What's the difference?

handout | snooze |


As nouns the difference between handout and snooze

is that handout is a worksheet, leaflet, or pamphlet that is given out (usually by hand) for a certain use while snooze is a period of sleep; a nap.

As a verb snooze is

to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

Snooze vs Onhold - What's the difference?

snooze | onhold |


As verbs the difference between snooze and onhold

is that snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap while onhold is (rare) to hold on (to).

As a noun snooze

is a period of sleep; a nap.

Pending vs Snooze - What's the difference?

pending | snooze |


As verbs the difference between pending and snooze

is that pending is while snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

As an adjective pending

is awaiting a conclusion or a confirmation.

As a preposition pending

is while waiting for something; until.

As a noun snooze is

a period of sleep; a nap.

Snooze vs Unfollow - What's the difference?

snooze | unfollow |


As verbs the difference between snooze and unfollow

is that snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap while unfollow is (transitive|intransitive|internet) to cease to subscribe to (a feed of another user's activity).

As a noun snooze

is a period of sleep; a nap.

Snooze vs Rest - What's the difference?

snooze | rest |


As nouns the difference between snooze and rest

is that snooze is a period of sleep; a nap while rest is prison.

As a verb snooze

is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

Sneeze vs Snooze - What's the difference?

sneeze | snooze |


As verbs the difference between sneeze and snooze

is that sneeze is to expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose while snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap.

As nouns the difference between sneeze and snooze

is that sneeze is an act of sneezing while snooze is a period of sleep; a nap.

Snooze vs Drowse - What's the difference?

snooze | drowse |


In lang=en terms the difference between snooze and drowse

is that snooze is to pause; to postpone for a short while while drowse is to make heavy with sleepiness or imperfect sleep; to make dull or stupid.

As verbs the difference between snooze and drowse

is that snooze is to sleep, especially briefly; to nap while drowse is to be sleepy and inactive (also figurative).

As nouns the difference between snooze and drowse

is that snooze is a period of sleep; a nap while drowse is the state of being sleepy and inactive.

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