fist

Fist vs Fistfight - What's the difference?

fist | fistfight |


As verbs the difference between fist and fistfight

is that fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist while fistfight is to fight using bare fists.

As nouns the difference between fist and fistfight

is that fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward while fistfight is a fight using bare fists.

Fist vs Fisticuffs - What's the difference?

fist | fisticuffs | Related terms |

Fist is a related term of fisticuffs.


As nouns the difference between fist and fisticuffs

is that fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward while fisticuffs is .

As a verb fist

is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Fist vs Fistmele - What's the difference?

fist | fistmele |


As nouns the difference between fist and fistmele

is that fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward while fistmele is (archery) a traditional unit of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist with the thumb extended (approx 6½ inches or 16½ centimetres).

As a verb fist

is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Fist vs Pud - What's the difference?

fist | pud |


In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between fist and pud

is that fist is (slang) to fist-fuck while pud is (slang) penis.

As nouns the difference between fist and pud

is that fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward while pud is (colloquial) pudding (either sweet or savoury) or pud can be (colloquial) child's hand; child's fist or pud can be .

As a verb fist

is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Fist vs Pugilistic - What's the difference?

fist | pugilistic |


As a verb fist

is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

As a noun fist

is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

As a adjective pugilistic is

in the manner of a pugilist.

Knuckle vs Fist - What's the difference?

knuckle | fist |

Knuckle is a see also of fist.

Knuckle is a see also of fist.


As nouns the difference between knuckle and fist

is that knuckle is any of the joints between the phalanges of the fingers while fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

As verbs the difference between knuckle and fist

is that knuckle is to apply pressure, or rub or massage with one's knuckles while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Grip vs Fist - What's the difference?

grip | fist |


In context|slang|lang=en terms the difference between grip and fist

is that grip is (slang) as much as one can hold in a hand; a handful while fist is (slang) to fist-fuck.

As verbs the difference between grip and fist

is that grip is to take hold of, particularly with the hand while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

As nouns the difference between grip and fist

is that grip is a hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand or grip can be (dialectal) a small ditch or trench; a channel to carry off water or other liquid; a drain or grip can be (obsolete) the griffin while fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

Fisticuff vs Fist - What's the difference?

fisticuff | fist |

Fisticuff is a related term of fist.

Fisticuff is a related term of fist.


As nouns the difference between fisticuff and fist

is that fisticuff is (rare) a fistfight while fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

As verbs the difference between fisticuff and fist

is that fisticuff is (chiefly|humorous) to engage in a physical fight while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Fistful vs Fist - What's the difference?

fistful | fist |

Fistful is a derived term of fist.

Fistful is a derived term of fist.


As nouns the difference between fistful and fist

is that fistful is the amount that can be held in a closed fist while fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

As a verb fist is

to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Fisty vs Fist - What's the difference?

fisty | fist | Derived terms |

Fisty is a derived term of fist.

Fisty is a derived term of fist.


As a adjective fisty

is noted for it's fist-like quality.

As a verb fist is

to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

As a noun fist is

the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward.

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