westy

Westy vs Jesty - What's the difference?

westy | jesty |


As adjectives the difference between westy and jesty

is that westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused while jesty is inclined to jest; waggish; sportive.

Westy vs Festy - What's the difference?

westy | festy |


As adjectives the difference between westy and festy

is that westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused while festy is (australia|slang) disgusting.

As a noun festy is

a festival.

Testy vs Westy - What's the difference?

testy | westy |


As adjectives the difference between testy and westy

is that testy is easily annoyed, irritable while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

Westy vs Resty - What's the difference?

westy | resty |


As adjectives the difference between westy and resty

is that westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused while resty is .

Zesty vs Westy - What's the difference?

zesty | westy |


As adjectives the difference between zesty and westy

is that zesty is having a piquant or pungent taste; spicy while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

Pesty vs Westy - What's the difference?

pesty | westy |


As adjectives the difference between pesty and westy

is that pesty is annoying or troublesome; pesky; literally acting like a pest while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

West vs Westy - What's the difference?

west | westy |


As a proper noun west

is the western]] world; the regions, primarily situated in the western [[hemisphere|hemisphere, whose culture is derived from europe.

As an adjective westy is

(obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

Taxonomy vs Westy - What's the difference?

taxonomy | westy |


As a noun taxonomy

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

As an adjective westy is

(obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

Confused vs Westy - What's the difference?

confused | westy |


As adjectives the difference between confused and westy

is that confused is (lb) unable to think clearly or understand while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

As a verb confused

is (confuse).

Giddy vs Westy - What's the difference?

giddy | westy |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and westy

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

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