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culler

Culled vs Culler - What's the difference?

culled | culler |


As a verb culled

is (cull).

As a noun culler is

one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market.

Culler vs Guller - What's the difference?

culler | guller |


As nouns the difference between culler and guller

is that culler is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market while guller is one who gulls; a deceiver.

Culler vs Duller - What's the difference?

culler | duller |


As nouns the difference between culler and duller

is that culler is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market while duller is one who, or that which, dulls.

As an adjective duller is

(dull).

Culler vs Cullet - What's the difference?

culler | cullet |


As nouns the difference between culler and cullet

is that culler is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market while cullet is scrap glass which is melted down for reuse.

Culler vs Culver - What's the difference?

culler | culver |


As a noun culler

is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market.

As a proper noun culver is

.

Culler vs Cruller - What's the difference?

culler | cruller |


As nouns the difference between culler and cruller

is that culler is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market while cruller is (us) a donut / doughnut in the form of a twisted ring.

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