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Ductus vs Fist - What's the difference?

ductus | fist | Synonyms |

Ductus is a synonym of fist.

Ductus is a synonym of fist.


As nouns the difference between ductus and fist

is that ductus is the number of strokes that make up a written letter, and the direction, sequence and speed in which they are written 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.

Talon vs Fist - What's the difference?

talon | fist |


As nouns the difference between talon and fist

is that talon is a sharp, hooked claw of a bird of prey or other predatory animal 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.

Handwriting vs Fist - What's the difference?

handwriting | fist |


As nouns the difference between handwriting and fist

is that handwriting is the act or process of writing done with the hand, rather than typed or word-processed 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 handwriting and fist

is that handwriting is (handwrite) while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Telegraph vs Fist - What's the difference?

telegraph | fist |


As nouns the difference between telegraph and fist

is that telegraph is (historical) an apparatus, or a process, for communicating rapidly between distant points, especially by means of established visible or audible signals representing words or ideas, or by means of words and signs, transmitted by electrical means 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 telegraph and fist

is that telegraph is to send a message by telegraph while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Curl vs Fist - What's the difference?

curl | fist |


As nouns the difference between curl and fist

is that curl is a piece or lock of curling hair; a ringlet 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 curl and fist

is that curl is to cause to move in a curve while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Clench vs Fist - What's the difference?

clench | fist |


As nouns the difference between clench and fist

is that clench is tight grip 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 clench and fist

is that clench is to squeeze; to grip or hold tightly while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Finger vs Fist - What's the difference?

finger | fist |


As nouns the difference between finger and fist

is that finger is (anatomy) one of the long extremities of the hand, sometimes excluding the thumb 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 finger and fist

is that finger is to identify or point out ex: put the finger on to report to or identify for the authorities, rat on, rat out, squeal on, tattle on, turn in, to finger while fist is to break wind or fist can be to strike with the fist.

Puffball vs Fist - What's the difference?

puffball | fist |


As nouns the difference between puffball and fist

is that puffball is any of various fungi that produce a cloud of brown dust-like spores from their mature fruiting bodies 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.

Fise vs Fist - What's the difference?

fise | fist |


As nouns the difference between fise and fist

is that fise is a breaking wind 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.

Fist vs Pugilist - What's the difference?

fist | pugilist |


As nouns the difference between fist and pugilist

is that fist is the act of breaking wind; fise or fist can be hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward while pugilist is one who fights with his fists; especially a professional prize fighter; a boxer.

As a verb fist

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

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