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Trouble vs Mess - What's the difference?

trouble | mess |


As verbs the difference between trouble and mess

is that trouble is while mess is (label) to take meals with a mess or mess can be (label) to make a mess of.

As a noun mess is

(obsolete) mass; church service or mess can be a disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder.

Handicap vs Trouble - What's the difference?

handicap | trouble | Related terms |

Handicap is a related term of trouble.


As verbs the difference between handicap and trouble

is that handicap is to encumber with a handicap in any contest while trouble is .

As a noun handicap

is something that prevents, hampers, or hinders.

Trouble vs Haunt - What's the difference?

trouble | haunt | Related terms |

Trouble is a related term of haunt.


As verbs the difference between trouble and haunt

is that trouble is while haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

As a noun haunt is

a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout.

Travail vs Trouble - What's the difference?

travail | trouble | Related terms |

Travail is a related term of trouble.


As verbs the difference between travail and trouble

is that travail is to toil while trouble is .

As a noun travail

is (archaic) arduous or painful exertion; excessive labor, suffering, hardship.

Messy vs Trouble - What's the difference?

messy | trouble |


As a noun messy

is .

As a verb trouble is

.

Trouble vs Defensive - What's the difference?

trouble | defensive |


As a verb trouble

is .

As an adjective defensive is

.

Jade vs Trouble - What's the difference?

jade | trouble | Related terms |

Jade is a related term of trouble.


As a noun jade

is ice cream.

As a verb trouble is

.

Trouble vs Induce - What's the difference?

trouble | induce | Related terms |

Trouble is a related term of induce.


As verbs the difference between trouble and induce

is that trouble is while induce is to lead by persuasion or influence; incite.

Trouble vs Bummer - What's the difference?

trouble | bummer |


As a verb trouble

is .

As a noun bummer is

(obsolete) a forager especially in sherman's march to the sea of november to december 1864 or bummer can be a disappointment, a pity, a shame or bummer can be (british|slang|uncommon) homosexual male.

As an adjective bummer is

(bum).

As an interjection bummer is

exclamation of annoyance or frustration at a bummer (disappointment).

Trouble vs Embarrass - What's the difference?

trouble | embarrass | Related terms |

Trouble is a related term of embarrass.


As verbs the difference between trouble and embarrass

is that trouble is while embarrass is to humiliate; to disrupt somebody's composure or comfort with acting publicly or freely; to disconcert; to abash.

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