Faffle vs Raffle - What's the difference?

faffle | raffle |


As verbs the difference between faffle and raffle

is that faffle is (uk|dialect) to stammer while raffle is to award something by means of a raffle or random drawing, often used with off.

As a noun raffle is

a drawing, often held as a fundraiser, in which tickets or chances are sold to win a prize.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

faffle

English

Verb

(faffl)
  • (UK, dialect) To stammer.
  • (Halliwell)
    (Webster 1913)

    raffle

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A drawing, often held as a fundraiser, in which tickets or chances are sold to win a prize.
  • He entered a raffle to win a lifetime supply of toothpaste, but he did not win.
  • (obsolete) A game of dice in which the player who throws three of the same number wins all the stakes.
  • (Cotgrave)

    Derived terms

    * meat raffle

    Verb

  • To award something by means of a raffle or random drawing, often used with off.
  • They raffled off four gift baskets.
  • To participate in a raffle.
  • to raffle for a watch