unkilled

Unkilted vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

unkilted | unkilled |


As adjectives the difference between unkilted and unkilled

is that unkilted is not wearing a kilt while unkilled is not having been killed.

Unmilled vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

unmilled | unkilled |


As adjectives the difference between unmilled and unkilled

is that unmilled is not milled while unkilled is not having been killed.

Unkilled vs Untilled - What's the difference?

unkilled | untilled |


As adjectives the difference between unkilled and untilled

is that unkilled is not having been killed while untilled is of land, having not been tilled.

Unkilled vs Unskilled - What's the difference?

unkilled | unskilled |


As adjectives the difference between unkilled and unskilled

is that unkilled is not having been killed while unskilled is of a person or workforce: not having a skill or technical training.

Unkilled vs Unfilled - What's the difference?

unkilled | unfilled |


As adjectives the difference between unkilled and unfilled

is that unkilled is not having been killed while unfilled is not filled.

As a verb unfilled is

(obsolete) (unfill).

Unbilled vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

unbilled | unkilled |


As adjectives the difference between unbilled and unkilled

is that unbilled is (business) not yet having been billed while unkilled is not having been killed.

Unhilled vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

unhilled | unkilled |


As a verb unhilled

is (unhill).

As an adjective unkilled is

not having been killed.

Unwilled vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

unwilled | unkilled |


As adjectives the difference between unwilled and unkilled

is that unwilled is not disposed of in a legal will while unkilled is not having been killed.

Kill vs Unkilled - What's the difference?

kill | unkilled |


As a verb kill

is to put to death; to extinguish the life of.

As a noun kill

is the act of killing or kill can be a creek; a body of water; a channel or arm of the sea or kill can be a kiln.

As an adjective unkilled is

not having been killed.