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clipt

Shorten vs Clipt - What's the difference?

shorten | clipt |


As verbs the difference between shorten and clipt

is that shorten is to make shorter; to abbreviate while clipt is (clip).

Clipt vs Clypt - What's the difference?

clipt | clypt |


As verbs the difference between clipt and clypt

is that clipt is past tense of clip while clypt is past tense of clip; obsolete spelling of clipped|nocap=yes.

Clipt vs Clapt - What's the difference?

clipt | clapt |


As verbs the difference between clipt and clapt

is that clipt is (clip) while clapt is (archaic) (clap).

Clipt vs Clept - What's the difference?

clipt | clept |


As verbs the difference between clipt and clept

is that clipt is (clip) while clept is (obsolete) (clepe).

Slipt vs Clipt - What's the difference?

slipt | clipt |


As verbs the difference between slipt and clipt

is that slipt is past tense of slip while clipt is past tense of clip.

Clipt vs Clint - What's the difference?

clipt | clint |


As a verb clipt

is (clip).

As a noun clint is

(geology) the relatively flat part of a limestone pavement between the grikes.

Clipt vs Flipt - What's the difference?

clipt | flipt |


As verbs the difference between clipt and flipt

is that clipt is (clip) while flipt is (obsolete) (flip).

Clips vs Clipt - What's the difference?

clips | clipt |


As verbs the difference between clips and clipt

is that clips is (clip) while clipt is (clip).

As a noun clips

is .

Clift vs Clipt - What's the difference?

clift | clipt |


As a noun clift

is a cliff.

As a verb clipt is

past tense of clip.

Clipt vs Clip - What's the difference?

clipt | clip |


As verbs the difference between clipt and clip

is that clipt is (clip) while clip is to grip tightly or clip can be to cut, especially with scissors or shears as opposed to a knife etc.

As a noun clip is

something which clips or grasps; a device for attaching one object to another or clip can be something which has been clipped; a small portion of a larger whole, especially an excerpt of a larger work.

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