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Vitriol vs Viola - What's the difference?

vitriol | viola |


As a noun vitriol

is vitriol (sulfuric acid).

As a verb viola is

.

Viola vs Vill - What's the difference?

viola | vill |


As verbs the difference between viola and vill

is that viola is while vill is .

As a noun vill is

the smallest administrative unit of land in feudal england, corresponding to the anglo-saxon tithing and the modern parish.

Viola vs Balalaika - What's the difference?

viola | balalaika |


As a verb viola

is .

As a noun balalaika is

balalaika (russian instrument).

Viola - What does it mean?

viola | |

Violar vs Viola - What's the difference?

violar | viola |


As a noun violar

is (archaic) a viol player.

As a verb viola is

.

Viola vs Vila - What's the difference?

viola | vila |


As a verb viola

is .

As a noun vila is

fairy (mythical being).

Viola vs Stupid - What's the difference?

viola | stupid |


As a verb viola

is .

As an adjective stupid is

lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.

As an adverb stupid is

(slang|dated) extremely.

As a noun stupid is

a stupid person; a fool.

Villa vs Viola - What's the difference?

villa | viola |


As a proper noun villa

is (soccer) , a football club based in birmingham.

As a verb viola is

.

Viola vs Pansy - What's the difference?

viola | pansy |


As a verb viola

is .

As a noun pansy is

a cultivated flowering plant, derived by hybridization within species viola tricolor .

As an adjective pansy is

wimpy; spineless; feeble.

Viola vs Voila - What's the difference?

viola | voila |


As a verb viola

is .

As an interjection voila is

"lo! there it is", ta-da, presto.

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