verbify

Verify vs Verbify - What's the difference?

verify | verbify |


As verbs the difference between verify and verbify

is that verify is to substantiate or prove the truth of something while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Versify vs Verbify - What's the difference?

versify | verbify |


As verbs the difference between versify and verbify

is that versify is (ambitransitive) to make or compose verses while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Verbification vs Verbify - What's the difference?

verbification | verbify | Derived terms |

Verbification is a derived term of verbify.


As a noun verbification

is the use of a noun as though it were a verb; conversion into a verb.

As a verb verbify is

(nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Verbalise vs Verbify - What's the difference?

verbalise | verbify | Synonyms |

Verbalise is a synonym of verbify.


As verbs the difference between verbalise and verbify

is that verbalise is (british) (verbalize) while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Verbalize vs Verbify - What's the difference?

verbalize | verbify | Synonyms |

Verbalize is a synonym of verbify.


As verbs the difference between verbalize and verbify

is that verbalize is to speak or to use words to express while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Anthimeria vs Verbify - What's the difference?

anthimeria | verbify |


As a noun anthimeria

is (rhetoric) the use of a word from one word class or part of speech as if it were from another typically, and for example, the use of a noun as if it were a verb.

As a verb verbify is

(nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

Verb vs Verbify - What's the difference?

verb | verbify |


As verbs the difference between verb and verbify

is that verb is (transitive|nonstandard|colloquial) to use any word that is not a verb (especially a noun) as if it were a verb while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

As a noun verb

is (grammar) a word that indicates an action, event, or state.

Noun vs Verbify - What's the difference?

noun | verbify |


As verbs the difference between noun and verbify

is that noun is to convert a word to a noun while verbify is (nonstandard) to use a noun as a verb via anthimeria.

As a noun noun

is (grammar) a word that can be used to refer to a person, animal, place, thing, phenomenon, substance, quality, or idea; one of the basic parts of speech in many languages, including english.