stung

Bite vs Stung - What's the difference?

bite | stung |


As a proper noun bite

is .

As a verb stung is

(sting).

Stung vs Burned - What's the difference?

stung | burned |


As verbs the difference between stung and burned

is that stung is (sting) while burned is (burn).

Stung vs Offended - What's the difference?

stung | offended |


As verbs the difference between stung and offended

is that stung is (sting) while offended is (offend).

Scratch vs Stung - What's the difference?

scratch | stung |


As verbs the difference between scratch and stung

is that scratch is to rub a surface with a sharp object, especially by a living creature to remove itching with nails, claws, etc while stung is (sting).

As a noun scratch

is (lb) a disruption, mark or shallow cut on a surface made by scratching.

As an adjective scratch

is for or consisting of preliminary or tentative, incomplete, etc work.

Stung vs Stuns - What's the difference?

stung | stuns |


As verbs the difference between stung and stuns

is that stung is (sting) while stuns is (stun).

Stung vs Stong - What's the difference?

stung | stong |


As a verb stung

is (sting).

As a noun stong is

pole, staff.

Stung vs Stunt - What's the difference?

stung | stunt |


As a verb stung

is (sting).

As a noun stunt is

stunt.

Stung vs Tung - What's the difference?

stung | tung |


As a verb stung

is (sting).

As a noun tung is

tongue.

Stung vs Stun - What's the difference?

stung | stun |


As verbs the difference between stung and stun

is that stung is (sting) while stun is to incapacitate; especially by inducing disorientation or unconsciousness.

As a noun stun is

the condition of being stunned.

Stung vs Swung - What's the difference?

stung | swung |


As verbs the difference between stung and swung

is that stung is (sting) while swung is (swing).

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