spife

Spife vs Spite - What's the difference?

spife | spite |


As nouns the difference between spife and spite

is that spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife while spite is ill will or hatred toward another, accompanied with the disposition to irritate, annoy, or thwart; a desire to vex or injure; petty malice; grudge; rancor.

As a verb spite is

to treat maliciously; to try to injure or thwart.

As a preposition spite is

notwithstanding; despite.

Spife vs Spide - What's the difference?

spife | spide |


As nouns the difference between spife and spide

is that spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife while spide is (northern irish english|pejorative) a chav or smick.

Spile vs Spife - What's the difference?

spile | spife |


As nouns the difference between spile and spife

is that spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder while spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

As a verb spile

is to plug (a hole) with a spile or spile can be to support by means of spiles or spile can be (us|dialect|ambitransitive) spoil.

Spiff vs Spife - What's the difference?

spiff | spife |


As nouns the difference between spiff and spife

is that spiff is (uncountable) attractiveness or charm in dress, appearance, or manner while spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

As a verb spiff

is (usually with up ) to make spiffy (attractive, polished, or up-to-date).

Spife vs Spine - What's the difference?

spife | spine |


As nouns the difference between spife and spine

is that spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife while spine is proprietress (of a shop, café, or brothel).

Spife vs Spime - What's the difference?

spife | spime |


As a noun spife

is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

As a verb spime is

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Spire vs Spife - What's the difference?

spire | spife |


As nouns the difference between spire and spife

is that spire is or spire can be one of the sinuous foldings of a serpent or other reptile; a coil while spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

As a verb spire

is of a seed, plant etc: to sprout, to send forth the early shoots of growth; to germinate or spire can be (obsolete) to breathe.

Shife vs Spife - What's the difference?

shife | spife |


As an adjective shife

is (african american vernacular english) aggressive looking, tough.

As a noun spife is

a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

Spike vs Spife - What's the difference?

spike | spife |


As a proper noun spike

is .

As a noun spife is

a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

Spice vs Spife - What's the difference?

spice | spife |


As nouns the difference between spice and spife

is that spice is (countable|uncountable) plant matter (usually dried) used to season or flavour food or spice can be (nonce word) while spife is a hybrid utensil of a spoon and a knife.

As a verb spice

is to add spice or spices to.