strung

Gasp vs Strung - What's the difference?

gasp | strung |


As a noun gasp

is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb strung is

(string).

Riddled vs Strung - What's the difference?

riddled | strung |


As verbs the difference between riddled and strung

is that riddled is (riddle) while strung is (string).

As an adjective riddled

is damaged throughout by holes.

Calm vs Strung - What's the difference?

calm | strung |


As verbs the difference between calm and strung

is that calm is to make calm while strung is (string).

As an adjective calm

is (of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.

As a noun calm

is (in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

Terms vs Strung - What's the difference?

terms | strung |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb strung is

(string).

Strung vs Strunt - What's the difference?

strung | strunt |


As a verb strung

is (string).

As a noun strunt is

(scotland) spirituous liquor.

Strung vs Strang - What's the difference?

strung | strang |


As verbs the difference between strung and strang

is that strung is (string) while strang is .

Strung vs Sarung - What's the difference?

strung | sarung |


As a verb strung

is (string).

As a noun sarung is

.

Strung vs Strong - What's the difference?

strung | strong |


As a verb strung

is (string).

As a proper noun strong is

.

String vs Strung - What's the difference?

string | strung |


As a noun string

is thong (as undergarment or swimwear).

As a verb strung is

(string).

Stung vs Strung - What's the difference?

stung | strung |


As verbs the difference between stung and strung

is that stung is (sting) while strung is (string).

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