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Whirl vs Circuit - What's the difference?

whirl | circuit |


As verbs the difference between whirl and circuit

is that whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly while circuit is (obsolete) to move in a circle; to go round; to circulate.

As nouns the difference between whirl and circuit

is that whirl is an act of whirling while circuit is the act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the earth around the sun.

Circulate vs Whirl - What's the difference?

circulate | whirl |


As verbs the difference between circulate and whirl

is that circulate is to move in circles or through a circuit while whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.

As a noun whirl is

an act of whirling.

Chance vs Whirl - What's the difference?

chance | whirl | Related terms |

Chance is a related term of whirl.


As a proper noun chance

is , an american pet form of chauncey, in modern usage also associated with the word chance.

As a verb whirl is

(label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.

As a noun whirl is

an act of whirling.

Whirl vs Burl - What's the difference?

whirl | burl | Related terms |

Whirl is a related term of burl.


As verbs the difference between whirl and burl

is that whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly while burl is to remove the knots in cloth.

As nouns the difference between whirl and burl

is that whirl is an act of whirling while burl is a tree growth in which the grain has grown in a deformed manner.

Whirl vs Endeavour - What's the difference?

whirl | endeavour | Related terms |

Whirl is a related term of endeavour.


As verbs the difference between whirl and endeavour

is that whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly while endeavour is .

As nouns the difference between whirl and endeavour

is that whirl is an act of whirling while endeavour is .

Wikidiffcom vs Whirl - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | whirl |


As a verb whirl is

(label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.

As a noun whirl is

an act of whirling.

Run vs Whirl - What's the difference?

run | whirl |


As a proper noun run

is .

As a verb whirl is

(label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.

As a noun whirl is

an act of whirling.

Whirl vs Fly - What's the difference?

whirl | fly | Related terms |

Whirl is a related term of fly.


As verbs the difference between whirl and fly

is that whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly while fly is to travel through the air, another gas or a vacuum, without being in contact with a grounded surface or fly can be (baseball) to hit a fly ball; to hit a fly ball that is caught for an out compare ground (verb) and line (verb).

As nouns the difference between whirl and fly

is that whirl is an act of whirling while fly is (zoology) any insect of the order diptera; characterized by having two wings, also called true flies or fly can be (obsolete) the action of flying; flight.

As an adjective fly is

(slang|dated) quick-witted, alert, mentally sharp, smart (in a mental sense).

Attempt vs Whirl - What's the difference?

attempt | whirl | Related terms |

Attempt is a related term of whirl.


As verbs the difference between attempt and whirl

is that attempt is to try while whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.

As nouns the difference between attempt and whirl

is that attempt is the action of trying at something while whirl is an act of whirling.

Whirl vs Lash - What's the difference?

whirl | lash | Related terms |

Whirl is a related term of lash.


As verbs the difference between whirl and lash

is that whirl is (label) to rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly while lash is to strike with a lash; to whip or scourge with a lash, or with something like one or lash can be to bind with a rope, cord, thong, or chain, so as to fasten.

As nouns the difference between whirl and lash

is that whirl is an act of whirling while lash is the thong or braided cord of a whip, with which the blow is given.

As an adjective lash is

(obsolete) remiss, lax.

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