tease

Burdock vs Tease - What's the difference?

burdock | tease |


As nouns the difference between burdock and tease

is that burdock is any of the species of biennial thistles in the genus arctium while tease is one who teases.

As a verb tease is

to separate the fibres of a fibrous material.

Tease vs Josh - What's the difference?

tease | josh |


As verbs the difference between tease and josh

is that tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material while josh is to tease someone in a kindly fashion.

As nouns the difference between tease and josh

is that tease is one who teases while josh is good natured banter.

Tease vs Humor - What's the difference?

tease | humor |


As nouns the difference between tease and humor

is that tease is one who teases while humor is mood, temper.

As a verb tease

is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material.

Tease vs Chiack - What's the difference?

tease | chiack | Related terms |

Tease is a related term of chiack.


As verbs the difference between tease and chiack

is that tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material while chiack is (australian) to taunt or tease in jest.

As a noun tease

is one who teases.

Fret vs Tease - What's the difference?

fret | tease | Related terms |

Fret is a related term of tease.


As an adjective fret

is cold.

As a verb tease is

to separate the fibres of a fibrous material.

As a noun tease is

one who teases.

Afflict vs Tease - What's the difference?

afflict | tease | Related terms |

Afflict is a related term of tease.


As verbs the difference between afflict and tease

is that afflict is to cause (someone) pain, suffering or distress while tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material.

As a noun tease is

one who teases.

Tease vs Disquiet - What's the difference?

tease | disquiet | Related terms |

Tease is a related term of disquiet.


As verbs the difference between tease and disquiet

is that tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material while disquiet is make (someone) worried or anxious.

As nouns the difference between tease and disquiet

is that tease is one who teases while disquiet is want of quiet; want of tranquility in body or mind; uneasiness; restlessness; disturbance; anxiety.

As an adjective disquiet is

deprived of quiet; impatient; restless; uneasy.

Tease vs Incense - What's the difference?

tease | incense | Related terms |

Tease is a related term of incense.


As verbs the difference between tease and incense

is that tease is to separate the fibres of a fibrous material while incense is to anger or infuriate.

As nouns the difference between tease and incense

is that tease is one who teases while incense is a perfume used in the rites of various religions.

Grieve vs Tease - What's the difference?

grieve | tease | Related terms |

Grieve is a related term of tease.


As an adjective grieve

is .

As a verb tease is

to separate the fibres of a fibrous material.

As a noun tease is

one who teases.

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