spile

Spile - What does it mean?

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Shive vs Spile - What's the difference?

shive | spile |


As nouns the difference between shive and spile

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

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.

Spile vs Slang - What's the difference?

spile | slang |


As verbs the difference between spile and slang

is that 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 while slang is .

As a noun spile

is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

Spile vs Spime - What's the difference?

spile | spime |


As verbs the difference between spile and spime

is that 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 while spime is .

As a noun spile

is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

Spile vs Spine - What's the difference?

spile | spine |


As nouns the difference between spile and spine

is that spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder while spine is proprietress (of a shop, café, or brothel).

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.

Spile vs Spiel - What's the difference?

spile | spiel |


As nouns the difference between spile and spiel

is that spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder while spiel is game, play.

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.

Spilt vs Spile - What's the difference?

spilt | spile |


As verbs the difference between spilt and spile

is that spilt is (chiefly|british) (spill) while 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.

As an adjective spilt

is that has been spilt.

As a noun spile is

a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

Spile vs Soile - What's the difference?

spile | soile |


As nouns the difference between spile and soile

is that spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder while soile is .

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.

Spile vs Spiled - What's the difference?

spile | spiled |


As verbs the difference between spile and spiled

is that 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 while spiled is (spile).

As a noun spile

is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

Sile vs Spile - What's the difference?

sile | spile |


As nouns the difference between sile and spile

is that sile is windowsill while spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

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.

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