teem

Suffuse vs Teem - What's the difference?

suffuse | teem |


As verbs the difference between suffuse and teem

is that suffuse is to spread through or over something, especially as a liquid, colour or light; to perfuse while teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

Flow vs Teem - What's the difference?

flow | teem |


As verbs the difference between flow and teem

is that flow is to move as a fluid from one position to another while teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

As a noun flow

is a movement in people or things with a particular way in large numbers or amounts.

Teem vs Crowd - What's the difference?

teem | crowd |


As verbs the difference between teem and crowd

is that teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit while crowd is to press forward; to advance by pushing or crowd can be (obsolete|intransitive) to play on a crowd; to fiddle.

As a noun crowd is

a group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order or crowd can be (obsolete) a crwth, an ancient celtic plucked string instrument.

Fulfill vs Teem - What's the difference?

fulfill | teem |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between fulfill and teem

is that fulfill is (archaic) to fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up while teem is (archaic) to empty.

As verbs the difference between fulfill and teem

is that fulfill is (archaic) to fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up while teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

Brim vs Teem - What's the difference?

brim | teem |


As verbs the difference between brim and teem

is that brim is to be full to overflowing or brim can be of pigs: to be in heat, to rut while teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

As a noun brim

is (obsolete) the sea; ocean; water; flood or brim can be an edge or border (originally specifically of the sea or a body of water).

As an adjective brim

is (obsolete) fierce; sharp; cold.

Teem vs Cram - What's the difference?

teem | cram |


As verbs the difference between teem and cram

is that teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit while cram is to ; as, to cram anything into a basket; to cram a room with people.

As a noun cram is

the act of cramming.

Teem vs Cro - What's the difference?

teem | cro |


As a verb teem

is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

As a noun cro is

eye, socket or cro can be blood, gore.

Teem vs Crowded - What's the difference?

teem | crowded |


As verbs the difference between teem and crowded

is that teem is to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit while crowded is (crowd).

As an adjective crowded is

containing too many of something; teeming.

Teem - What does it mean?

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Awash vs Teem - What's the difference?

awash | teem |


As an adjective awash

is washed by the waves or tide; said of a rock or strip of shore, or of an anchor, etc, when flush with the surface of the water, so that the waves break over it.

As a verb teem is

to be stocked to overflowing or teem can be (archaic) to empty or teem can be (obsolete|rare) to think fit.

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