winnower

Winnower vs Minnower - What's the difference?

winnower | minnower |


As nouns the difference between winnower and minnower

is that winnower is a person who winnows while minnower is (fishing) a fisherman who minnows.

Winnowed vs Winnower - What's the difference?

winnowed | winnower |


As a verb winnowed

is (winnow).

As a noun winnower is

a person who winnows.

Winnowing vs Winnower - What's the difference?

winnowing | winnower |


As nouns the difference between winnowing and winnower

is that winnowing is the act of separating chaff from grain while winnower is a person who winnows.

As a verb winnowing

is .

Fan vs Winnower - What's the difference?

fan | winnower |


As nouns the difference between fan and winnower

is that fan is a hand-held device consisting of concertinaed material, or slats of material, gathered together at one end, that may be opened out into the shape of a sector of a circle and waved back and forth in order to move air towards oneself and cool oneself or fan can be an admirer or aficionado, especially of a sport or performer; someone who is fond of something or someone; an admirer while winnower is a person who winnows.

As a verb fan

is to blow air on (something) by means of a fan (hand-held, mechanical or electrical) or otherwise.

Winnower vs Winnow - What's the difference?

winnower | winnow |

Winnower is a derived term of winnow.


As nouns the difference between winnower and winnow

is that winnower is a person who winnows while winnow is that which winnows or which is used in winnowing; a contrivance for fanning or winnowing grain.

As a verb winnow is

(agriculture) to subject (granular material, especially food grain) to a current of air separating heavier and lighter components, as grain from chaff.