nose

Nose vs Nos - What's the difference?

nose | nos |


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 a pronoun nos is

.

Nose vs Noose - What's the difference?

nose | noose |


In transitive terms the difference between nose and noose

is that nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang while noose is to tie or catch in a noose; to entrap or ensnare.

As nouns the difference between nose and noose

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while noose is an adjustable loop of rope, e.g. the one placed around the neck in hangings, or the one at the end of a lasso.

As verbs the difference between nose and noose

is that nose is to move cautiously while noose is to tie or catch in a noose; to entrap or ensnare.

Nose vs Noise - What's the difference?

nose | noise |


In intransitive terms the difference between nose and noise

is that nose is to snoop while noise is to make a noise; to sound.

In transitive terms the difference between nose and noise

is that nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang while noise is to spread news of; to spread as rumor or gossip.

Nose vs Note - What's the difference?

nose | note |


As nouns the difference between nose and note

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

As a verb nose

is to move cautiously.

Nose vs None - What's the difference?

nose | none |


As nouns the difference between nose and none

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while none is an interval of 13 (kleine none'') or 14 (''große none ) half-tones.

As a verb nose

is to move cautiously.

Nose vs Lose - What's the difference?

nose | lose |


In transitive terms the difference between nose and lose

is that nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang while lose is to cause (somebody) to be unable to follow or trace one any longer.

As nouns the difference between nose and lose

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while lose is fame, renown; praise.

As verbs the difference between nose and lose

is that nose is to move cautiously while lose is to cause (something) to cease to be in one's possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons.

Rose vs Nose - What's the difference?

rose | nose |


As a proper noun rose

is rhone.

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 Water - What's the difference?

nose | water |


In lang=en terms the difference between nose and water

is that nose is to utter in a nasal manner; to pronounce with a nasal twang while water is to wet and calender, as cloth, so as to impart to it a lustrous appearance in wavy lines; to diversify with wavelike lines.

As nouns the difference between nose and water

is that nose is a protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell while water is (uncountable) a chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula h₂o, required by all forms of life on earth.

As verbs the difference between nose and water

is that nose is to move cautiously while water is to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).

Nose vs Gold - What's the difference?

nose | gold |


As nouns the difference between nose and gold

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

As a verb nose

is to move cautiously.

Nose vs Cartiledge - What's the difference?

nose | cartiledge |

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