stager

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.

Stager vs Staged - What's the difference?

stager | staged |


As a noun stager

is an actor on the stage.

As an adjective staged is

planned, prepared.

As a verb staged is

(stage).

Stagier vs Stager - What's the difference?

stagier | stager |


As an adjective stagier

is (stagy).

As a noun stager is

an actor on the stage.

Stager vs Totter - What's the difference?

stager | totter |


As nouns the difference between stager and totter

is that stager is an actor on the stage while totter is an unsteady movement or gait.

As a verb totter is

to walk, move or stand unsteadily or falteringly; threatening to fall.

Stumble vs Stager - What's the difference?

stumble | stager |


As nouns the difference between stumble and stager

is that stumble is a fall, trip or substantial misstep while stager is an actor on the stage.

As a verb stumble

is to trip or fall; to walk clumsily.

Stuble vs Stager - What's the difference?

stuble | stager |

Stage vs Stager - What's the difference?

stage | stager |


As nouns the difference between stage and stager

is that stage is a phase while stager is an actor on the stage.

As a verb stage

is to produce on a stage, to perform a play.

Actor vs Stager - What's the difference?

actor | stager |


As nouns the difference between actor and stager

is that actor is a person who performs in a theatrical play or film while stager is an actor on the stage.

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