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Tumble vs Wintle - What's the difference?

tumble | wintle |


As verbs the difference between tumble and wintle

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while wintle is (scotland) to wind, to reel.

As a noun tumble

is a fall.

Tumble vs Stonewashed - What's the difference?

tumble | stonewashed |


As a noun tumble

is a fall.

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

As an adjective stonewashed is

of cloth or clothing, having been tumbled with stones in order to soften the fabric.

Tumble vs Cropper - What's the difference?

tumble | cropper |


As nouns the difference between tumble and cropper

is that tumble is a fall while cropper is a fall, a tumble; see come a cropper or cropper can be a breed of domestic pigeon with large crop or cropper can be a person who nurtures and gathers a crop.

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

Tumble vs Tumb - What's the difference?

tumble | tumb |


As verbs the difference between tumble and tumb

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while tumb is (archaic) to tumble; jump; dance.

As a noun tumble

is a fall.

Lurch vs Tumble - What's the difference?

lurch | tumble |


As nouns the difference between lurch and tumble

is that lurch is a sudden or unsteady movement or lurch can be an old game played with dice and counters; a variety of the game of tables while tumble is a fall.

As verbs the difference between lurch and tumble

is that lurch is to make such a sudden, unsteady movement or lurch can be (obsolete) to swallow or eat greedily; to devour; hence, to swallow up while tumble is (lb) to fall end over end.

Topple vs Tumble - What's the difference?

topple | tumble |


As verbs the difference between topple and tumble

is that topple is to push, throw over, overturn or overthrow something while tumble is (lb) to fall end over end.

As a noun tumble is

a fall.

Tumble vs Stumble - What's the difference?

tumble | stumble |


As nouns the difference between tumble and stumble

is that tumble is a fall while stumble is a fall, trip or substantial misstep.

As verbs the difference between tumble and stumble

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while stumble is to trip or fall; to walk clumsily.

Tumble vs Degringolade - What's the difference?

tumble | degringolade |


As nouns the difference between tumble and degringolade

is that tumble is a fall while degringolade is a rapid decline or deterioration; a tumble.

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

Tumble vs Wallow - What's the difference?

tumble | wallow |


As nouns the difference between tumble and wallow

is that tumble is a fall while wallow is an instance of wallowing.

As verbs the difference between tumble and wallow

is that tumble is to fall end over end while wallow is to roll one's self about, as in mire; to tumble and roll about; to move lazily or heavily in any medium; to flounder; as, swine wallow in the mire.

As a adjective wallow is

tasteless, flat.

Tousle vs Tumble - What's the difference?

tousle | tumble |


As verbs the difference between tousle and tumble

is that tousle is to put into disorder; to tumble; to touse; to muss while tumble is to fall end over end.

As a noun tumble is

a fall.

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