soily

Soily vs Sonly - What's the difference?

soily | sonly |


As adjectives the difference between soily and sonly

is that soily is (obsolete) dirty; soiled while sonly is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a son.

Soily vs Soils - What's the difference?

soily | soils |


As an adjective soily

is (obsolete) dirty; soiled.

As a noun soils is

.

As a verb soils is

(soil).

Roily vs Soily - What's the difference?

roily | soily |


As adjectives the difference between roily and soily

is that roily is (of water) muddy, cloudy (having lots of sediment) while soily is (obsolete) dirty; soiled.

Soil vs Soily - What's the difference?

soil | soily |


As a noun soil

is (uncountable) a mixture of sand and organic material, used to support plant growth or soil can be (uncountable|euphemistic) faeces or urine etc when found on clothes or soil can be a wet or marshy place in which a boar or other such game seeks refuge when hunted.

As a verb soil

is to make dirty or soil can be to feed, as cattle or horses, in the barn or an enclosure, with fresh grass or green food cut for them, instead of sending them out to pasture; hence (such food having the effect of purging them), to purge by feeding on green food.

As an adjective soily is

(obsolete) dirty; soiled.

Soiled vs Soily - What's the difference?

soiled | soily |


As adjectives the difference between soiled and soily

is that soiled is dirty while soily is (obsolete) dirty; soiled.

As a verb soiled

is (soil).

Dirty vs Soily - What's the difference?

dirty | soily |


As adjectives the difference between dirty and soily

is that dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime while soily is (obsolete) dirty; soiled.

As an adverb dirty

is in a dirty manner.

As a verb dirty

is to make (something) dirty.

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