sueth

Suety vs Sueth - What's the difference?

suety | sueth |


As an adjective suety

is resembling or characteristic of suet.

As a verb sueth is

(sue).

Sueth vs Seeth - What's the difference?

sueth | seeth |


As verbs the difference between sueth and seeth

is that sueth is (sue) while seeth is (archaic) (see).

Useth vs Sueth - What's the difference?

useth | sueth |


As verbs the difference between useth and sueth

is that useth is (use) while sueth is (sue).

Sueth vs Sheth - What's the difference?

sueth | sheth |


As a verb sueth

is (sue).

As a noun sheth is

the part of a plough that projects downward beneath the beam, for holding the share and other working parts.

Suet vs Sueth - What's the difference?

suet | sueth |


As a noun suet

is the fatty tissue that surrounds and protects the kidneys; that of sheep and cattle is used in cooking and in making tallow.

As a verb sueth is

(sue).