teazed

Teared vs Teazed - What's the difference?

teared | teazed |


As verbs the difference between teared and teazed

is that teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes) while teazed is (teaze).

Teased vs Teazed - What's the difference?

teased | teazed |


As verbs the difference between teased and teazed

is that teased is (tease) while teazed is (teaze).

Teazed vs Teazes - What's the difference?

teazed | teazes |


As verbs the difference between teazed and teazes

is that teazed is (teaze) while teazes is (teaze).

Teazed vs Teamed - What's the difference?

teazed | teamed |


As verbs the difference between teazed and teamed

is that teazed is (teaze) while teamed is (team).

As an adjective teamed is

associated with others in a team.

Teazed vs Teaed - What's the difference?

teazed | teaed |


As verbs the difference between teazed and teaed

is that teazed is (teaze) while teaed is (tea).

Teazed vs Teazel - What's the difference?

teazed | teazel |


As a verb teazed

is (teaze).

As a noun teazel is

.

Feazed vs Teazed - What's the difference?

feazed | teazed |


As verbs the difference between feazed and teazed

is that feazed is (feaze) while teazed is (teaze).

Teazed vs Teazer - What's the difference?

teazed | teazer |


As a verb teazed

is (teaze).

As a noun teazer is

sennet whip, an implement for informal corporal punishment, formerly used in the royal navy or teazer can be the stoker or fireman of a furnace, as in glassworking.

Leazed vs Teazed - What's the difference?

leazed | teazed |


As verbs the difference between leazed and teazed

is that leazed is (leaze) while teazed is (teaze).

Teated vs Teazed - What's the difference?

teated | teazed |


As an adjective teated

is having protuberances resembling the teat of an animal.

As a verb teazed is

(teaze).

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