undershot

Undershot vs Undershoot - What's the difference?

undershot | undershoot |


As verbs the difference between undershot and undershoot

is that undershot is (undershoot) while undershoot is to shoot not far enough or not well enough.

As an adjective undershot

is (of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Undershot vs Undershut - What's the difference?

undershot | undershut |


As adjectives the difference between undershot and undershut

is that undershot is (of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below while undershut is closed from beneath.

As a verb undershot

is (undershoot).

Taxonomy vs Undershot - What's the difference?

taxonomy | undershot |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb undershot is

(undershoot).

As an adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Undershot vs Backshot - What's the difference?

undershot | backshot | coordinate terms |

Undershot is a coordinate term of backshot.


As adjectives the difference between undershot and backshot

is that undershot is (of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below while backshot is (of a water wheel) having the water introduced just behind the summit, combining the advantages of breastshot and overshot systems, since the full amount of the potential energy released by the falling water is harnessed as the water descends the back of the wheel.

As a verb undershot

is (undershoot).

As a noun backshot is

(chiefly|sport).

Undershot vs Breastwheel - What's the difference?

undershot | breastwheel |


As a verb undershot

is (undershoot).

As an adjective undershot

is (of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

As a noun breastwheel is

a water wheel where the stream of water strikes neither so high as in the overshot wheel, nor so low as in the undershot, but generally at about half the height of the wheel, being kept in contact with it by the breasting the water acts on the float boards partly by impulse, partly by its weight.

Bulldog vs Undershot - What's the difference?

bulldog | undershot |


As verbs the difference between bulldog and undershot

is that bulldog is to chase (a steer) on horseback and wrestle it to the ground by twisting its horns (as a rodeo performance) while undershot is (undershoot).

As a noun bulldog

is a breed of dog developed in england by the crossing of the bullbaiting dog and the pug to produce a ladies companion dog having a very smooth coat, a flattened face, wrinkly cheeks, powerful front legs and smaller hind legs.

As a adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Project vs Undershot - What's the difference?

project | undershot |


As verbs the difference between project and undershot

is that project is to extend beyond a surface while undershot is (undershoot).

As a noun project

is a planned endeavor, usually with a specific goal and accomplished in several steps or stages or project can be (usually|plural|us) an urban low-income housing building.

As a adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Incisor vs Undershot - What's the difference?

incisor | undershot |


As a noun incisor

is one of the front teeth of mammals, between the canines.

As a verb undershot is

(undershoot).

As a adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Below vs Undershot - What's the difference?

below | undershot |


As a preposition below

is lower in spatial position than.

As a adverb below

is in a lower place.

As a verb undershot is

(undershoot).

As a adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

Water vs Undershot - What's the difference?

water | undershot |


As a noun water

is .

As a verb undershot is

(undershoot).

As a adjective undershot is

(of a waterwheel) powered by water flowing from below.

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