swape

Submerge vs Swape - What's the difference?

submerge | swape |


As a verb submerge

is .

As a noun swape is

a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

Swape vs Swaps - What's the difference?

swape | swaps |


As nouns the difference between swape and swaps

is that swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft while swaps is .

As a verb swaps is

(swap).

Snape vs Swape - What's the difference?

snape | swape |


As a verb snape

is (shipbuilding) to bevel the end of a timber to fit against an inclined surface or snape can be .

As a noun swape is

a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

Slape vs Swape - What's the difference?

slape | swape |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun swape is

a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

Swape vs Swage - What's the difference?

swape | swage |


As nouns the difference between swape and swage

is that swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft while swage is a tool, used by blacksmiths and other metalworkers, for cold shaping of a metal item.

As a verb swage is

to bend or shape through use of a swage or swage can be .

Stape vs Swape - What's the difference?

stape | swape |


As nouns the difference between stape and swape

is that stape is (dialect) a staple while swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

Scape vs Swape - What's the difference?

scape | swape |


As nouns the difference between scape and swape

is that scape is (botany) a leafless stalk growing directly out of a root or scape can be (archaic) escape while swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

As a verb scape

is (archaic) to escape.

Swape vs Swype - What's the difference?

swape | swype |


As nouns the difference between swape and swype

is that swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft while swype is .

As a verb swype is

.

Swape vs Swale - What's the difference?

swape | swale |


As nouns the difference between swape and swale

is that swape is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft while swale is a low tract of moist or marshy land or swale can be (uk|dialect) a gutter in a candle.

As a verb swale is

(melt and waste away, or singe).

Swape vs Sware - What's the difference?

swape | sware |


As a noun swape

is a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

As a verb sware is

(archaic) (swear).

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