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# coiled

#### Winded vs Coiled - What's the difference?

winded | coiled |

## As verbs the difference between winded and coiled

is that winded is (wind) (to cause a person to lose their breath) while coiled is (coil).

## As adjectives the difference between winded and coiled

is that winded is short of breath while coiled is in the form of coils; having coils.

curls | coiled |

## As verbs the difference between curls and coiled

is that curls is (curl) while coiled is (coil).

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## As an adjective coiled is

in the form of coils; having coils.

#### Coiled vs Helical - What's the difference?

coiled | helical |

## As adjectives the difference between coiled and helical

is that coiled is in the form of coils; having coils while helical is in the shape of a helix.

## As a verb coiled

is (coil).

#### Coiled vs Dressed - What's the difference?

coiled | dressed |

## As verbs the difference between coiled and dressed

is that coiled is (coil) while dressed is (dress).

is in the form of coils; having coils.

#### Coiled vs Rolled - What's the difference?

coiled | rolled |

## As verbs the difference between coiled and rolled

is that coiled is (coil) while rolled is (roll).

is in the form of coils; having coils.

#### Coiled vs Spiral - What's the difference?

coiled | spiral |

## As verbs the difference between coiled and spiral

is that coiled is past tense of coil while spiral is to move along the path of a spiral or helix.

## As adjectives the difference between coiled and spiral

is that coiled is in the form of coils; having coils while spiral is helical, like a spiral.

## As a noun spiral is

a curve that is the locus of a point that rotates about a fixed point while continuously increasing its distance from that point.

wound | coiled |

## As verbs the difference between wound and coiled

is that wound is to hurt or injure (someone) by cutting, piercing, or tearing the skin while coiled is past tense of coil.

## As a noun wound

is an injury, such as a cut, stab, or tear, to a (usually external) part of the body.

## As an adjective coiled is

in the form of coils; having coils.

coiled | curly |

## As adjectives the difference between coiled and curly

is that coiled is in the form of coils; having coils while curly is having curls.

is (coil).

## As a noun curly is

a person or animal with curly hair.

#### Coiled vs Convoluted - What's the difference?

coiled | convoluted |

## As adjectives the difference between coiled and convoluted

is that coiled is in the form of coils; having coils while convoluted is having numerous overlapping coils or folds.

## As a verb coiled

is (coil).

#### Twisted vs Coiled - What's the difference?

twisted | coiled |

## As verbs the difference between twisted and coiled

is that twisted is (twist) while coiled is (coil).

## As adjectives the difference between twisted and coiled

is that twisted is contorted while coiled is in the form of coils; having coils.