sprug

Terms vs Sprug - What's the difference?

terms | sprug |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb sprug is

(obsolete) to make smart.

Spaug vs Sprug - What's the difference?

spaug | sprug |


As a noun spaug

is (pejorative) a foot.

As a verb sprug is

(obsolete) to make smart.

Sprug vs Sprag - What's the difference?

sprug | sprag |


As verbs the difference between sprug and sprag

is that sprug is (obsolete) to make smart while sprag is to check the motion of, as a carriage on a steep slope, by putting a sprag between the spokes of the wheel.

As an adjective sprag is

.

As a noun sprag is

a billet of wood; a piece of timber, a similar solid object or constructed unit used as a prop or sprag can be a young salmon.

Sprog vs Sprug - What's the difference?

sprog | sprug |


As verbs the difference between sprog and sprug

is that sprog is (uk|australia|slang) to produce children while sprug is (obsolete) to make smart.

As a noun sprog

is (uk|australia|canada|new zealand|informal) a child.

Sprue vs Sprug - What's the difference?

sprue | sprug |


As a noun sprue

is sprue (all senses).

As a verb sprug is

(obsolete) to make smart.

Sprig vs Sprug - What's the difference?

sprig | sprug |


As verbs the difference between sprig and sprug

is that sprig is to decorate with sprigs while sprug is (obsolete) to make smart.

As a noun sprig

is a small shoot or twig of a tree or other plant; a spray.

Shrug vs Sprug - What's the difference?

shrug | sprug |


As verbs the difference between shrug and sprug

is that shrug is (ambitransitive) to raise (the shoulders) to express uncertainty, lack of concern, (formerly) dread, etc while sprug is (obsolete) to make smart.

As a noun shrug

is a lifting of the shoulders to signal indifference.

Sprung vs Sprug - What's the difference?

sprung | sprug |


As a noun sprung

is scratch.

As a verb sprug is

(obsolete) to make smart.