plate

Plot vs Plate - What's the difference?

plot | plate |


As a noun plot

is the course of a story, comprising a series of incidents which are gradually unfolded, sometimes by unexpected means.

As a verb plot

is to conceive (a crime, etc).

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Flake vs Plate - What's the difference?

flake | plate |


As a noun flake

is flame.

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Master vs Plate - What's the difference?

master | plate |


As a noun master

is (l) (original version of a document or of a recording).

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Pencil vs Plate - What's the difference?

pencil | plate |


As a noun pencil

is (obsolete) a paintbrush.

As a verb pencil

is to write something using a pencil.

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Baffle vs Plate - What's the difference?

baffle | plate |


As a verb baffle

is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight.

As a noun baffle

is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether.

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Plate vs Undefined - What's the difference?

plate | undefined |


As adjectives the difference between plate and undefined

is that plate is (heraldry) (strewn) with plates while undefined is lacking a definition or value.

Pallet vs Plate - What's the difference?

pallet | plate |


As a noun pallet

is a portable platform, usually designed to be easily moved by a forklift, on which goods can be stacked, for transport or storage or pallet can be a straw bed or pallet can be (heraldiccharge) a narrow vertical strip or pallet can be (painting).

As an adjective plate is

(heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

Plate vs Foos - What's the difference?

plate | foos |


As an adjective plate

is (heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

As a proper noun foos is

the (foo fighters), an american rock band.

Plate vs Tile - What's the difference?

plate | tile |


As an adjective plate

is (heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

As a noun tile is

a regularly-shaped slab of clay or other material, affixed to cover or decorate a surface, as in a roof-tile, glazed tile, stove tile, carpet tile etc.

As a verb tile is

to cover with tiles or tile can be to protect from the intrusion of the uninitiated.

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