stonewashed

Stonewashing vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

stonewashing | stonewashed | Related terms |

Stonewashing is a related term of stonewashed.

Stonewash vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

stonewash | stonewashed | Related terms |

Stonewash is a related term of stonewashed.


As a noun stonewash

is a stonewashed effect on clothing.

As an adjective stonewashed is

of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric.

Fabric vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

fabric | stonewashed |


As a noun fabric

is (archaic) structure, building.

As an adjective stonewashed is

of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric.

Soften vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

soften | stonewashed |


As a verb soften

is to make something soft or softer.

As an adjective stonewashed is

of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric.

Tumble vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

tumble | stonewashed |


As a noun tumble

is a fall.

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

As an adjective stonewashed is

of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric.

What is the difference between stonewashed and stone?

stonewashed | stone |

Stonewashed is a derived term of stone.


As adjectives the difference between stonewashed and stone

is that stonewashed is of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric while stone is constructed of stone.

As a noun stone is

(uncountable) a hard earthen substance that can form large rocks and boulders.

As a verb stone is

to pelt with stones, especially to kill by pelting with stones.

As a adverb stone is

as a stone (used with following adjective).