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Whisk vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

whisk | perambulate | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between whisk and perambulate

is that whisk is to move lightly and nimbly while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between whisk and perambulate

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun whisk

is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

Traipse vs Whisk - What's the difference?

traipse | whisk | Related terms |

Traipse is a related term of whisk.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between traipse and whisk

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while whisk is (obsolete) the card game whist.

As verbs the difference between traipse and whisk

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

As nouns the difference between traipse and whisk

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

Whisk vs Lope - What's the difference?

whisk | lope | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of lope.


As a noun whisk

is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

As a verb whisk

is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

As a proper noun lope is

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Whisk vs Ride - What's the difference?

whisk | ride | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of ride.


As verbs the difference between whisk and ride

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while ride is .

As a noun whisk

is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

Whisk vs Saunter - What's the difference?

whisk | saunter | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of saunter.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between whisk and saunter

is that whisk is (obsolete) the card game whist while saunter is (obsolete) a place for sauntering or strolling.

As nouns the difference between whisk and saunter

is that whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist while saunter is a leisurely walk or stroll.

As verbs the difference between whisk and saunter

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while saunter is to stroll, or walk at a leisurely pace.

Whisk vs Scamper - What's the difference?

whisk | scamper | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of scamper.


In lang=en terms the difference between whisk and scamper

is that whisk is to move lightly and nimbly while scamper is to run quickly and lightly, especially in a playful manner or in an undignified manner.

As nouns the difference between whisk and scamper

is that whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist while scamper is a quick, light run.

As verbs the difference between whisk and scamper

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while scamper is to run quickly and lightly, especially in a playful manner or in an undignified manner.

Whisk vs Scurry - What's the difference?

whisk | scurry | Related terms |

Whisk is a related term of scurry.


As verbs the difference between whisk and scurry

is that whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions while scurry is to run away with quick light steps, to scamper.

As a noun whisk

is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

Dawdle vs Whisk - What's the difference?

dawdle | whisk | Related terms |

Dawdle is a related term of whisk.


In lang=en terms the difference between dawdle and whisk

is that dawdle is to move or walk lackadaisically while whisk is to move lightly and nimbly.

As verbs the difference between dawdle and whisk

is that dawdle is to spend time idly and unfruitfully, to waste time while whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

As nouns the difference between dawdle and whisk

is that dawdle is a dawdler while whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

Whisk vs Null - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between whisk and null

is that whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As a verb whisk

is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

Trudge vs Whisk - What's the difference?

trudge | whisk | Related terms |

Trudge is a related term of whisk.


In lang=en terms the difference between trudge and whisk

is that trudge is to trudge along or over a route etc while whisk is to move lightly and nimbly.

As nouns the difference between trudge and whisk

is that trudge is a tramp, ie a long and tiring walk while whisk is a quick, light sweeping motion or whisk can be (obsolete) the card game whist.

As verbs the difference between trudge and whisk

is that trudge is to walk wearily with heavy, slow steps while whisk is to move something with quick light sweeping motions.

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