stickle

Hesitate vs Stickle - What's the difference?

hesitate | stickle | Related terms |

Hesitate is a related term of stickle.


As verbs the difference between hesitate and stickle

is that hesitate is to stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination while stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

As a noun stickle is

(uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river.

Doubt vs Stickle - What's the difference?

doubt | stickle | Related terms |

Doubt is a related term of stickle.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between doubt and stickle

is that doubt is (obsolete) to fill with fear; to affright while stickle is (obsolete) to contend, contest, or altercate, especially in a pertinacious manner on insufficient grounds.

As nouns the difference between doubt and stickle

is that doubt is uncertainty, disbelief while stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river.

As verbs the difference between doubt and stickle

is that doubt is (ambitransitive) to lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect while stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

Boggle vs Stickle - What's the difference?

boggle | stickle | Synonyms |

Boggle is a synonym of stickle.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between boggle and stickle

is that boggle is (obsolete) to play fast and loose; to dissemble while stickle is (obsolete) to contend, contest, or altercate, especially in a pertinacious manner on insufficient grounds.

As verbs the difference between boggle and stickle

is that boggle is to be bewildered, dumbfounded, or confused while stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

As a noun stickle is

(uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river.

Stickle vs Demur - What's the difference?

stickle | demur | Related terms |

Stickle is a related term of demur.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stickle and demur

is that stickle is (obsolete) to contend, contest, or altercate, especially in a pertinacious manner on insufficient grounds while demur is (obsolete) to cause delay to; to put off.

As verbs the difference between stickle and demur

is that stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate while demur is (obsolete) to linger; to stay; to tarry.

As nouns the difference between stickle and demur

is that stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river while demur is stop; pause; hesitation as to proceeding; suspense of decision or action; scruple.

Shrink vs Stickle - What's the difference?

shrink | stickle | Related terms |

Shrink is a related term of stickle.


As verbs the difference between shrink and stickle

is that shrink is to cause to become smaller while stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

As nouns the difference between shrink and stickle

is that shrink is shrinkage; contraction; recoil while stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river.

Stickle vs Stuckle - What's the difference?

stickle | stuckle |


As nouns the difference between stickle and stuckle

is that stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river while stuckle is a number of sheaves set together in the field; a stook.

As a verb stickle

is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

Stickle vs Strickle - What's the difference?

stickle | strickle |


As nouns the difference between stickle and strickle

is that stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river while strickle is a rod used to level grain etc when being measured, or concrete after pouring.

As a verb stickle

is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate.

Stickle vs Stickled - What's the difference?

stickle | stickled |


As verbs the difference between stickle and stickled

is that stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate while stickled is (stickle).

As a noun stickle

is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river.

Stickle vs Sickle - What's the difference?

stickle | sickle |


As verbs the difference between stickle and sickle

is that stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate while sickle is (agriculture|transitive) to cut with a sickle.

As nouns the difference between stickle and sickle

is that stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river while sickle is (agriculture) an implement, having a semicircular blade and short handle, used for cutting long grass and cereal crops.

As an adjective sickle is

shaped like the blade of a sickle; crescent-shaped.

Stickle vs Tickle - What's the difference?

stickle | tickle |


As verbs the difference between stickle and tickle

is that stickle is (obsolete) to act as referee or arbiter; to mediate while tickle is to touch repeatedly or stroke delicately in a manner which causes the recipient to feel a usually pleasant sensation of tingling or titillation.

As nouns the difference between stickle and tickle

is that stickle is (uk|dialect) a shallow rapid in a river while tickle is the act of tickling.

As an adjective tickle is

changeable, capricious; insecure.

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