Sty vs Soy - What's the difference?
As an adjective sty
As a noun soy is
a chinese and japanese liquid sauce for fish, made by subjecting boiled beans to long fermentation and then long digestion in salt and water us preference is the term soy sauce
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
From (etyl) (m), from (etyl) .
A pen or enclosure for swine.
(figurative) A messy, dirty or debauched place.
- To roll with pleasure in a sensual sty .
* (enclosure for swine) pigpen, pigsty
* (messy or dirty place) hovel, pigsty
To place in, or as if in, a sty.
To live in a sty, or any messy or dirty place.
From (etyl) (m), .
* stee, stie, stigh
(label) To ascend, rise up, climb.
* 1395 , (John Wycliffe), Bible , Isaiah LIII:
* 1590 , Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene , I.xi:
- And he schal stie as a ?erde bifor him, and as a roote fro þirsti lond.
- The beast impatient of his smarting wound, / And of so fierce and forcible despight, / Thought with his wings to stye aboue the ground [...].
Probably a .
(label) An inflammation of the eyelid.
A Chinese and Japanese liquid sauce for fish, made by subjecting boiled beans to long fermentation and then long digestion in salt and water. US preference is the term soy sauce .
* 1902 — Annie R. Gregory, Woman's Favorite Cookbook , p381
- I like a little soy with my rice.
Soybeans. Often used attributively.
- Pour in four tablespoonfuls of sherry and four tablespoonfuls of soy , as much vinegar as the jar will hold, and cover closely until wanted.
- These candles are made from soy .
- The soy crop is looking good this year.
* soy bean
* soy milk
* soy sauce