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Silence vs Nose - What's the difference?

silence | nose |


In lang=en terms the difference between silence and nose

is that silence is to suppress criticism, etc while nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang.

As nouns the difference between silence and nose

is that silence is the lack of any sound while nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As verbs the difference between silence and nose

is that silence is to make (someone or something) silent while nose is to move cautiously.

As an interjection silence

is a common imperative instructing the addressed to remain silent.

Snouts vs Nose - What's the difference?

snouts | nose |


As nouns the difference between snouts and nose

is that snouts is plural of lang=en while nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose is

to move cautiously.

Mouse vs Nose - What's the difference?

mouse | nose |


In lang=en terms the difference between mouse and nose

is that mouse is to hunt or catch mice (the rodents), usually of cats while nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang.

As nouns the difference between mouse and nose

is that mouse is any small rodent of the genus mus while nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As verbs the difference between mouse and nose

is that mouse is to move cautiously or furtively, in the manner of a mouse (the rodent) (frequently used in the phrasal verb to mouse around ) while nose is to move cautiously.

Beard vs Nose - What's the difference?

beard | nose |


As a proper noun beard

is .

As a noun nose is

a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose is

to move cautiously.

Nose vs Cold - What's the difference?

nose | cold |


As nouns the difference between nose and cold

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while cold is a condition of low temperature.

As a verb nose

is to move cautiously.

As an adjective cold is

(label) having a low temperature.

As an adverb cold is

while at low temperature.

Feet vs Nose - What's the difference?

feet | nose |


As nouns the difference between feet and nose

is that feet is (foot) while nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose is

to move cautiously.

Nose vs Nasolabial - What's the difference?

nose | nasolabial |


As a noun nose

is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose

is to move cautiously.

As an adjective nasolabial is

relating to the nose and lips.

Leg vs Nose - What's the difference?

leg | nose |


As nouns the difference between leg and nose

is that leg is lake while nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell.

As a verb nose is

to move cautiously.

Plant vs Nose - What's the difference?

plant | nose |


In transitive terms the difference between plant and nose

is that plant is to place or set something firmly or with conviction while nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang.

Nose vs Bulb - What's the difference?

nose | bulb |


In lang=en terms the difference between nose and bulb

is that nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang while bulb is to take the shape of a bulb; to swell.

As nouns the difference between nose and bulb

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while bulb is any solid object rounded at one end and tapering on the other, possibly attached to a larger object at the tapered end.

As verbs the difference between nose and bulb

is that nose is to move cautiously while bulb is to take the shape of a bulb; to swell.

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