spined

Spined - What does it mean?

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Spined vs Spied - What's the difference?

spined | spied |


As an adjective spined

is (not comparable) having spines, spiny.

As a verb spied is

(spy).

Spited vs Spined - What's the difference?

spited | spined |


As a verb spited

is (spite).

As an adjective spined is

(not comparable) having spines, spiny.

Spined vs Spiked - What's the difference?

spined | spiked |


As adjectives the difference between spined and spiked

is that spined is (not comparable) having spines, spiny while spiked is (of a beverage) containing alcohol or drugs, often without the informing those who partake.

As a verb spiked is

(spike).

Spined vs Sained - What's the difference?

spined | sained |


As an adjective spined

is (not comparable) having spines, spiny.

As a verb sained is

(sain).

Spaned vs Spined - What's the difference?

spaned | spined |


As a verb spaned

is (spane).

As an adjective spined is

(not comparable) having spines, spiny.

Spined vs Splined - What's the difference?

spined | splined |


As adjectives the difference between spined and splined

is that spined is (not comparable) having spines, spiny while splined is having a spline or splines.

Pined vs Spined - What's the difference?

pined | spined |


As a verb pined

is (pine).

As an adjective spined is

(not comparable) having spines, spiny.

Spined vs Spiled - What's the difference?

spined | spiled |


As an adjective spined

is (not comparable) having spines, spiny.

As a verb spiled is

(spile).

Spined vs Spinet - What's the difference?

spined | spinet |


As an adjective spined

is (not comparable) having spines, spiny.

As a noun spinet is

(musical instruments) a short, compact harpsichord or piano or spinet can be (obsolete) a spinney.

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