spur

Stoke vs Spur - What's the difference?

stoke | spur |


As a proper noun stoke

is stoke-on-trent, a city in staffordshire, england.

As a noun spur is

tire marks.

Initiate vs Spur - What's the difference?

initiate | spur |


As nouns the difference between initiate and spur

is that initiate is a new member of an organization while spur is tire marks.

As an adjective initiate

is (obsolete) unpractised; untried; new.

As a verb initiate

is to begin; to start.

Shape vs Spur - What's the difference?

shape | spur |


As nouns the difference between shape and spur

is that shape is the status or condition of something while spur is tire marks.

As a verb shape

is to give something a shape and definition.

Spur vs Rise - What's the difference?

spur | rise |


As nouns the difference between spur and rise

is that spur is tire marks while rise is the process of or an action or instance of moving upwards or becoming greater.

As a verb rise is

(label) to move, or appear to move, physically upwards relative to the ground.

Spur vs Trigger - What's the difference?

spur | trigger |


As nouns the difference between spur and trigger

is that spur is tire marks while trigger is a finger-operated lever used to fire a gun.

As a verb trigger is

to fire a weapon.

Hurl vs Spur - What's the difference?

hurl | spur |


As nouns the difference between hurl and spur

is that hurl is a throw, especially a violent throw; a fling while spur is tire marks.

As a verb hurl

is to throw (something) with force.

Projection vs Spur - What's the difference?

projection | spur | Related terms |

Projection is a related term of spur.


As nouns the difference between projection and spur

is that projection is something which projects, protrudes, juts out, sticks out, or stands out while spur is tire marks.

Spur vs Kindle - What's the difference?

spur | kindle | Related terms |

Spur is a related term of kindle.


As nouns the difference between spur and kindle

is that spur is tire marks while kindle is (obsolete) a group of kittens.

As a verb kindle is

to start (a fire) or light (a torch, a match, coals, etc).

Spur vs Tempt - What's the difference?

spur | tempt | Related terms |

Spur is a related term of tempt.


As a noun spur

is tire marks.

As a verb tempt is

to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

Galvinize vs Spur - What's the difference?

galvinize | spur |


As a verb galvinize

is .

As a noun spur is

tire marks.

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