wags

Wags vs Salary - What's the difference?

wags | salary |


As a noun salary is

a fixed amount of money paid to a worker, usually measured on a monthly or annual basis, not hourly, as wages implies a degree of professionalism and/or autonomy.

As a verb salary is

to pay on the basis of a period of a week or longer, especially to convert from another form of compensation.

As an adjective salary is

(obsolete) saline.

Wiggles vs Wags - What's the difference?

wiggles | wags |


As a noun wiggles

is .

As a verb wiggles

is (wiggle).

Waggles vs Wags - What's the difference?

waggles | wags |


As a noun waggles

is .

Wags vs Wangs - What's the difference?

wags | wangs |


As a noun wangs is

.

Wags vs Jags - What's the difference?

wags | jags |


As a noun jags is

.

As a verb jags is

(jag).

Wags vs Bags - What's the difference?

wags | bags |


As a verb bags is

(australia|new zealand) to reserve for oneself or bags can be (bag).

As a noun bags is

.

Mags vs Wags - What's the difference?

mags | wags |


As a noun mags

is .

Waps vs Wags - What's the difference?

waps | wags |


As a noun waps

is .

As a verb waps

is (wap).

Cags vs Wags - What's the difference?

cags | wags |


As a noun cags

is .

Wags vs Wabs - What's the difference?

wags | wabs |


As a noun wabs is

(uk|slang) breasts.

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