cuff

Flog vs Cuff - What's the difference?

flog | cuff | Synonyms |

Flog is a synonym of cuff.


As verbs the difference between flog and cuff

is that flog is (flyga) while cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

As a noun cuff is

(obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

Collar vs Cuff - What's the difference?

collar | cuff |


In lang=en terms the difference between collar and cuff

is that collar is to roll up (beef or other meat) and bind it with string preparatory to cooking while cuff is to fight; to scuffle; to box.

As nouns the difference between collar and cuff

is that collar is anything that encircles the neck while cuff is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

As verbs the difference between collar and cuff

is that collar is to grab or seize by the collar or neck while cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

Pat vs Cuff - What's the difference?

pat | cuff |


As a noun cuff is

(obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

As a verb cuff is

to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

Cuff vs Cap - What's the difference?

cuff | cap |


As verbs the difference between cuff and cap

is that cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap while cap is to extend one's leg for walking; get a move on.

As a noun cuff

is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

Cuff vs Short - What's the difference?

cuff | short |


As a noun cuff

is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

As a verb cuff

is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

As a proper noun short is

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Cuff vs Links - What's the difference?

cuff | links |


As nouns the difference between cuff and links

is that cuff is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap while links is .

As a verb cuff

is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

Cuff vs Wreath - What's the difference?

cuff | wreath |


As nouns the difference between cuff and wreath

is that cuff is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap while wreath is something twisted, intertwined, or curled.

As verbs the difference between cuff and wreath

is that cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap while wreath is to place an entwined circle of flowers upon or around something.

Curve vs Cuff - What's the difference?

curve | cuff |


As verbs the difference between curve and cuff

is that curve is while cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap.

As a noun cuff is

(obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap.

Cuff vs Pleats - What's the difference?

cuff | pleats |


As nouns the difference between cuff and pleats

is that cuff is (obsolete) glove; mitten or cuff can be a blow, especially with the open hand; a box; a slap while pleats is .

As verbs the difference between cuff and pleats

is that cuff is to furnish with cuffs or cuff can be to hit, as a reproach, particularly with the open palm to the head; to slap while pleats is (pleat).

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