swear

Swear vs Dirty - What's the difference?

swear | dirty |


As verbs the difference between swear and dirty

is that swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours while dirty is to make (something) dirty.

As adjectives the difference between swear and dirty

is that swear is heavy while dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As a noun swear

is a swearword.

As an adverb dirty is

in a dirty manner.

Covenant vs Swear - What's the difference?

covenant | swear |


As nouns the difference between covenant and swear

is that covenant is (legal) an agreement to do or not do a particular thing while swear is a swearword.

As verbs the difference between covenant and swear

is that covenant is to enter into, or promise something by, a covenant while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

Chastise vs Swear - What's the difference?

chastise | swear |


As verbs the difference between chastise and swear

is that chastise is to punish or scold someone while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As a noun swear is

a swearword.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

Swear vs Slang - What's the difference?

swear | slang |


As verbs the difference between swear and slang

is that swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours while slang is .

As a noun swear

is a swearword.

As an adjective swear

is heavy.

Swearing vs Swear - What's the difference?

swearing | swear |


As verbs the difference between swearing and swear

is that swearing is while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As nouns the difference between swearing and swear

is that swearing is the act of swearing, or making an oath while swear is a swearword.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

Swear vs Cursing - What's the difference?

swear | cursing |


As verbs the difference between swear and cursing

is that swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours while cursing is .

As nouns the difference between swear and cursing

is that swear is a swearword while cursing is the act of one who curses.

As an adjective swear

is heavy.

Slur vs Swear - What's the difference?

slur | swear |


As nouns the difference between slur and swear

is that slur is an insult or slight while swear is a swearword.

As verbs the difference between slur and swear

is that slur is to insult or slight while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

Vowed vs Swear - What's the difference?

vowed | swear |


As adjectives the difference between vowed and swear

is that vowed is undertaken in accordance with a vow; solemnly promised while swear is heavy.

As verbs the difference between vowed and swear

is that vowed is while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As a noun swear is

a swearword.

Swear vs Vowe - What's the difference?

swear | vowe |


As verbs the difference between swear and vowe

is that swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours while vowe is .

As nouns the difference between swear and vowe

is that swear is a swearword while vowe is .

As an adjective swear

is heavy.

Revile vs Swear - What's the difference?

revile | swear |


As verbs the difference between revile and swear

is that revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As nouns the difference between revile and swear

is that revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling while swear is a swearword.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

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