soss

Sass vs Soss - What's the difference?

sass | soss |


As nouns the difference between sass and soss

is that sass is (us) sarcasm, backtalk, cheek while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As verbs the difference between sass and soss

is that sass is (us) to talk, to talk back while soss is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Terms vs Soss - What's the difference?

terms | soss |


As nouns the difference between terms and soss

is that terms is while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As a verb soss is

to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Ross vs Soss - What's the difference?

ross | soss |


As nouns the difference between ross and soss

is that ross is (us|dialect) the rough, scaly surface on the bark of trees while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As verbs the difference between ross and soss

is that ross is (us|dialect|transitive) to divest of the ross, or rough, scaly surface while soss is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Soss vs Sods - What's the difference?

soss | sods |


As nouns the difference between soss and sods

is that soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow while sods is .

As verbs the difference between soss and sods

is that soss is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily while sods is (sod).

Sess vs Soss - What's the difference?

sess | soss |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sess and soss

is that sess is (obsolete) a tax; an assessment while soss is (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As verbs the difference between sess and soss

is that sess is (obsolete|transitive) to lay a tax upon; to assess while soss is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

As nouns the difference between sess and soss

is that sess is (obsolete) a tax; an assessment while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

Sovs vs Soss - What's the difference?

sovs | soss |


As nouns the difference between sovs and soss

is that sovs is while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As a verb soss is

to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Soss vs Sosh - What's the difference?

soss | sosh |


As nouns the difference between soss and sosh

is that soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow while sosh is (scottish) co-op (short for "association" store).

As a verb soss

is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Hoss vs Soss - What's the difference?

hoss | soss |


As nouns the difference between hoss and soss

is that hoss is (us|slang|south) a horse while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As a verb soss is

to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Goss vs Soss - What's the difference?

goss | soss |


As nouns the difference between goss and soss

is that goss is cast iron while soss is (uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

As a verb soss is

to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

Sops vs Soss - What's the difference?

sops | soss |


As verbs the difference between sops and soss

is that sops is (supa) while soss is to fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily.

As a noun soss is

(uk|dialect) anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle or soss can be (obsolete) a lazy fellow.

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