toy

Toy vs Mock - What's the difference?

toy | mock |


As a proper noun toy

is .

As a noun mock is

an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As a verb mock is

to mimic, to simulate.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Baby vs Toy - What's the difference?

baby | toy |


As a noun baby

is baby (infant).

As a proper noun toy is

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Toy vs Puppets - What's the difference?

toy | puppets |


As a proper noun toy

is .

As a noun puppets is

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Cube vs Toy - What's the difference?

cube | toy |


As a verb cube

is .

As a proper noun toy is

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You vs Toy - What's the difference?

you | toy |


As a proper noun toy is

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Puppet vs Toy - What's the difference?

puppet | toy |


As a noun puppet

is any small model of a person or animal able to be moved by strings or rods, or in the form of a glove.

As a proper noun toy is

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Toy vs Tea - What's the difference?

toy | tea |


As a proper noun toy

is .

As an initialism tea is

(northern ireland) training and employment agency.

Toy vs Buxom - What's the difference?

toy | buxom |


As a proper noun toy

is .

As an adjective buxom is

(of a woman) having a full, voluptuous figure, especially possessing large breasts.

Toy vs Activity - What's the difference?

toy | activity |


As a proper noun toy

is .

As a noun activity is

the state or quality of being active; nimbleness; agility; vigorous action or operation; energy; active force; as, an increasing variety of human activities.

Plaything vs Toy - What's the difference?

plaything | toy |


As a noun plaything

is a thing or person intended for playing with.

As a proper noun toy is

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