suite

Deck vs Suite - What's the difference?

deck | suite |


As an adjective deck

is thick.

As a noun suite is

(l) (group of connected rooms).

Appropriate vs Suite - What's the difference?

appropriate | suite |


As an adjective appropriate

is (obsolete) set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.

As a verb appropriate

is (archaic) to make suitable; to suit.

As a noun suite is

(l) (group of connected rooms).

Suite vs Caravan - What's the difference?

suite | caravan |


As nouns the difference between suite and caravan

is that suite is (l) (group of connected rooms) while caravan is a convoy or procession of travelers, their vehicles and cargo, and any pack animals, especially camels crossing a desert.

As a verb caravan is

to travel in a caravan (procession).

Suite vs Studio - What's the difference?

suite | studio |


As nouns the difference between suite and studio

is that suite is (l) (group of connected rooms) while studio is studio.

Complement vs Suite - What's the difference?

complement | suite |


As nouns the difference between complement and suite

is that complement is complement, thing added that makes a whole while suite is (l) (group of connected rooms).

Bedroom vs Suite - What's the difference?

bedroom | suite |


As nouns the difference between bedroom and suite

is that bedroom is a room in a house where a bed is kept for sleeping while suite is (l) (group of connected rooms).

Clothes vs Suite - What's the difference?

clothes | suite |


As nouns the difference between clothes and suite

is that clothes is (plural only) items of clothing; apparel while suite is (l) (group of connected rooms).

As a verb clothes

is (clothe).

Suite vs Wing - What's the difference?

suite | wing |


As nouns the difference between suite and wing

is that suite is (l) (group of connected rooms) while wing is an appendage of an animal's (bird, bat, insect) body that enables it to fly.

As a verb wing is

(lb) to injure slightly (as with a gunshot), especially in the arm.

Proper vs Suite - What's the difference?

proper | suite |


As an adjective proper

is (lb) suitable .

As an adverb proper

is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely.

As a noun suite is

(l) (group of connected rooms).

Suite vs Floor - What's the difference?

suite | floor |


As nouns the difference between suite and floor

is that suite is (l) (group of connected rooms) while floor is the bottom or lower part of any room; the supporting surface of a room.

As a verb floor is

to cover or furnish with a floor.

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