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chocolate

Lemon vs Chocolate - What's the difference?

lemon | chocolate |


As a proper noun lemon

is .

As a verb chocolate is

.

As an adjective chocolate is

chocolate (attributive).

Chocolate vs Personal - What's the difference?

chocolate | personal |


As a verb chocolate

is .

As an adjective chocolate

is chocolate (attributive).

As a noun personal is

staff (employees of a business).

Chocolate vs Apocalypse - What's the difference?

chocolate | apocalypse |


As a verb chocolate

is .

As an adjective chocolate

is chocolate (attributive).

As a proper noun apocalypse is

(countable|biblical) the written account of a revelation of hidden things given by god to a chosen prophet.

Chocolate vs Concrete - What's the difference?

chocolate | concrete |


As adjectives the difference between chocolate and concrete

is that chocolate is chocolate (attributive) while concrete is .

As a verb chocolate

is .

Chocolate vs Sheep - What's the difference?

chocolate | sheep |


As a verb chocolate

is .

As an adjective chocolate

is chocolate (attributive).

As a noun sheep is

a woolly ruminant of the genus ovis .

Chocolate vs Chocolates - What's the difference?

chocolate | chocolates |


As nouns the difference between chocolate and chocolates

is that chocolate is a food made from ground roasted cocoa beans while chocolates is plural of chocolate.

As an adjective chocolate

is made of or containing chocolate.

Chocolate vs Astroturf - What's the difference?

chocolate | astroturf |


As nouns the difference between chocolate and astroturf

is that chocolate is a food made from ground roasted cocoa beans while AstroTurf is a synthetic material used in sports grounds as a durable substitute for grass.

As adjectives the difference between chocolate and astroturf

is that chocolate is made of or containing chocolate while Astroturf is of a group created by a larger organisation (especially a corporation or political party), but presenting itself as a grassroots organisation.

As a verb astroturf is

an alternative spelling of Astroturf|lang=en.

Chocolate vs Gummies - What's the difference?

chocolate | gummies |


As a verb chocolate

is .

As an adjective chocolate

is chocolate (attributive).

As a noun gummies is

.

Chocolate vs Gunnies - What's the difference?

chocolate | gunnies |


As nouns the difference between chocolate and gunnies

is that chocolate is a food made from ground roasted cocoa beans while gunnies is plural of lang=en.

As an adjective chocolate

is made of or containing chocolate.

Chocolate vs Bricks - What's the difference?

chocolate | bricks |


As verbs the difference between chocolate and bricks

is that chocolate is while bricks is (brick).

As an adjective chocolate

is chocolate (attributive).

As a noun bricks is

.

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