thrapple

Wikidiffcom vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As a noun thrapple is

(scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

Thripple vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between thripple and thrapple

is that thripple is (uk|dialect) a ladder-like extension fitted to the front, rear, and sometimes sides of a haywagon or other towed agricultural trailer so as to increase its capacity while thrapple is (scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

Thropple vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between thropple and thrapple

is that thropple is larynx, windpipe while thrapple is (scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

As a verb thropple

is (obsolete) to throttle.

Gullet vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between gullet and thrapple

is that gullet is the throat or esophagus while thrapple is (scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

Windpipe vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between windpipe and thrapple

is that windpipe is the trachea while thrapple is (scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

Throat vs Thrapple - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between throat and thrapple

is that throat is the front part of the neck while thrapple is (scotland|northern england) the throat, especially the windpipe or gullet.

As a verb throat

is (obsolete) to utter in the throat; to mutter.