stager

Limp vs Stager - What's the difference?

limp | stager |


As nouns the difference between limp and stager

is that limp is a scraper of board or sheet-iron shaped like half the head of a small cask, used for scraping the ore off the sieve in the operation of hand-jigging or limp can be an irregular, jerky or awkward gait while stager is an actor on the stage.

As a verb limp

is to happen; befall; chance or limp can be to be inadequate or unsatisfactory or limp can be to walk lamely, as if favouring one leg.

As an adjective limp

is flaccid; flabby, as flesh.

Stagger vs Stager - What's the difference?

stagger | stager |


As nouns the difference between stagger and stager

is that stagger is an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man while stager is an actor on the stage.

As a verb stagger

is sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

Stages vs Stager - What's the difference?

stages | stager |


As nouns the difference between stages and stager

is that stages is while stager is an actor on the stage.

As a verb stages

is (stage).

Stager vs Stater - What's the difference?

stager | stater |


As nouns the difference between stager and stater

is that stager is an actor on the stage while stater is a gold, silver or electrum coin of ancient greece or stater can be one who states.

Stager vs Stayer - What's the difference?

stager | stayer |


As nouns the difference between stager and stayer

is that stager is an actor on the stage while stayer is one who, or that which, upholds or supports; a prop.

Starer vs Stager - What's the difference?

starer | stager |


As nouns the difference between starer and stager

is that starer is one who stares while stager is an actor on the stage.

Stager vs Sager - What's the difference?

stager | sager |


As a noun stager

is an actor on the stage.

As an adjective sager is

(sage).

Stager vs Staler - What's the difference?

stager | staler |


As a noun stager

is an actor on the stage.

As an adjective staler is

(stale).

Stagey vs Stager - What's the difference?

stagey | stager |


As an adjective stagey

is .

As a noun stager is

an actor on the stage.

Stagery vs Stager - What's the difference?

stagery | stager |


As nouns the difference between stagery and stager

is that stagery is (obsolete) exhibition on the stage while stager is an actor on the stage.

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