stive

Struggle vs Stive - What's the difference?

struggle | stive |


As nouns the difference between struggle and stive

is that struggle is strife, contention, great effort while stive is (obsolete) a stew.

As verbs the difference between struggle and stive

is that struggle is to strive, to labour in difficulty, to fight (for'' or ''against ), to contend while stive is to be stifled or suffocated.

Stive vs Strife - What's the difference?

stive | strife |


As nouns the difference between stive and strife

is that stive is (obsolete) a stew while strife is conflict, sometimes violent, usually brief or limited in scope.

As a verb stive

is to be stifled or suffocated.

Wikidiffcom vs Stive - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | stive |


As a noun stive is

(obsolete) a stew.

As a verb stive is

to be stifled or suffocated.

Stive vs Shive - What's the difference?

stive | shive |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stive and shive

is that stive is (obsolete) a stew while shive is (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material.

As nouns the difference between stive and shive

is that stive is (obsolete) a stew while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb stive

is to be stifled or suffocated.

Stile vs Stive - What's the difference?

stile | stive |


As an adjective stile

is stylish, smart.

As a noun stive is

(obsolete) a stew.

As a verb stive is

to be stifled or suffocated.

Steve vs Stive - What's the difference?

steve | stive |


As verbs the difference between steve and stive

is that steve is to pack or stow, as cargo in a ship's hold while stive is to be stifled or suffocated.

As a noun stive is

(obsolete) a stew.

Stive vs Skive - What's the difference?

stive | skive |


As nouns the difference between stive and skive

is that stive is (obsolete) a stew while skive is the iron lap used by diamond polishers in finishing the facets of the gem.

As verbs the difference between stive and skive

is that stive is to be stifled or suffocated while skive is to pare or shave off the rough or thick parts of (hides or leather).

Stive vs Swive - What's the difference?

stive | swive |


In lang=en terms the difference between stive and swive

is that stive is to be stifled or suffocated while swive is to copulate with (a woman).

As verbs the difference between stive and swive

is that stive is to be stifled or suffocated while swive is to copulate with (a woman).

As a noun stive

is (obsolete) a stew.

Stave vs Stive - What's the difference?

stave | stive |


In lang=en terms the difference between stave and stive

is that stave is to walk or move rapidly while stive is to be stifled or suffocated.

As nouns the difference between stave and stive

is that stave is one of a number of narrow strips of wood, or narrow iron plates, placed edge to edge to form the sides, covering, or lining of a vessel or structure; especially, one of the strips which form the sides of a cask, a pail, etc while stive is (obsolete) a stew.

As verbs the difference between stave and stive

is that stave is to break in the staves of; to break a hole in; to burst often with in while stive is to be stifled or suffocated.

Stive vs Stived - What's the difference?

stive | stived |


As verbs the difference between stive and stived

is that stive is to be stifled or suffocated while stived is (stive).

As a noun stive

is (obsolete) a stew.

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