surry

Surfy vs Surry - What's the difference?

surfy | surry |


As an adjective surfy

is of a shore, having lots of breaking waves.

As a noun surry is

friend.

Surly vs Surry - What's the difference?

surly | surry |


As an adjective surly

is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

As a noun surry is

friend.

Surry vs Gurry - What's the difference?

surry | gurry |


As nouns the difference between surry and gurry

is that surry is friend while gurry is (india) a small fort or gurry can be fishing offal.

Surra vs Surry - What's the difference?

surra | surry |


As nouns the difference between surra and surry

is that surra is a disease of vertebrate animals caused by protozoan trypanosomes, involving fever, weakness, and lethargy while surry is friend.

Curry vs Surry - What's the difference?

curry | surry |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a noun surry is

friend.

Surry vs Sulky - What's the difference?

surry | sulky |


As nouns the difference between surry and sulky

is that surry is friend while sulky is a low two-wheeled cart, used in harness racing.

As a adjective sulky is

silent and withdrawn after being upset.

Buggy vs Surry - What's the difference?

buggy | surry |


As nouns the difference between buggy and surry

is that buggy is a small horse-drawn cart while surry is friend.

As a adjective buggy

is infested with insects.

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