fester

Foster vs Fester - What's the difference?

foster | fester |


As verbs the difference between foster and fester

is that foster is to nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child while fester is to become septic; to become rotten.

As an adjective foster

is providing parental care to unrelated children.

As a noun foster

is a forester.

As a proper noun Foster

is {{surname|A=An|English|from=occupations}}, variant of Forster.

Fester vs Feaster - What's the difference?

fester | feaster |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun feaster is

one who feasts, who attends a feast.

Fester vs Fister - What's the difference?

fester | fister |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun fister is

someone partakes in fisting.

Fetter vs Fester - What's the difference?

fetter | fester |


As verbs the difference between fetter and fester

is that fetter is to shackle or bind up with fetters while fester is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun fetter

is a chain or similar object used to bind a person or animal – often by its legs (usually in plural).

Fester vs Feater - What's the difference?

fester | feater |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As an adjective feater is

(feat).

Fester vs Pester - What's the difference?

fester | pester |


As verbs the difference between fester and pester

is that fester is to become septic; to become rotten while pester is to bother, harass or annoy persistently.

Zester vs Fester - What's the difference?

zester | fester |


As a noun zester

is a kitchen implement used to remove the zest of citrus fruit.

As a verb fester is

to become septic; to become rotten.

Fewter vs Fester - What's the difference?

fewter | fester |


As verbs the difference between fewter and fester

is that fewter is to rest (a spear) in its fewter while fester is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun fewter

is a support or holder for a spear, attached to a saddle or breastplate.

Fester vs Faster - What's the difference?

fester | faster |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As an adjective faster is

comparative of fast.

As an adverb faster is

comparative of fast POS=adverb.

As a noun faster is

agent noun of fast (voluntarily refrain from eating); one who fasts.

Fester vs Sester - What's the difference?

fester | sester |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun sester is

(history) 1 as a liquid measure for honey and wine between 24 and 32 ounces 2 a dry measure for grain maybe equal to 12 bushels.

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