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Shear vs Sheat - What's the difference?

shear | sheat |


As nouns the difference between shear and sheat

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while sheat is a sheatfish.

As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Smear - What's the difference?

shear | smear |


As verbs the difference between shear and smear

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while smear is to spread (a substance, especially one that colours or is dirty) across a surface by rubbing.

As nouns the difference between shear and smear

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while smear is a mark made by smearing.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Sear - What's the difference?

shear | sear |


In figurative|lang=en terms the difference between shear and sear

is that shear is (figurative) to deprive of property; to fleece while sear is (figurative) to mark permanently, as if by burning.

As verbs the difference between shear and sear

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while sear is to char, scorch, or burn the surface of something with a hot instrument.

As nouns the difference between shear and sear

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while sear is a scar produced by searing.

As adjectives the difference between shear and sear

is that shear is while sear is dry; withered, especially of vegetation.

Shear vs Sheaf - What's the difference?

shear | sheaf |


As verbs the difference between shear and sheaf

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while sheaf is to gather and bind into a sheaf; to make into sheaves; as, to sheaf wheat.

As nouns the difference between shear and sheaf

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while sheaf is a quantity of the stalks and ears of wheat, rye, or other grain, bound together; a bundle of grain or straw.

As an adjective shear

is .

Shear vs Spear - What's the difference?

shear | spear |


As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear

is .

As a proper noun spear is

.

Shear vs Swear - What's the difference?

shear | swear |


As verbs the difference between shear and swear

is that shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As nouns the difference between shear and swear

is that shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger while swear is a swearword.

As adjectives the difference between shear and swear

is that shear is while swear is heavy.

Hear vs Shear - What's the difference?

hear | shear |


As verbs the difference between hear and shear

is that hear is (label) to perceive sounds through the ear while shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear is

a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear is

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Taxonomy vs Shear - What's the difference?

taxonomy | shear |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and shear

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As a verb shear is

to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear is

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Brake vs Shear - What's the difference?

brake | shear |


As nouns the difference between brake and shear

is that brake is a fern; bracken or brake can be a thicket, or an area overgrown with briers etc or brake can be a tool used for breaking flax or hemp or brake can be (label) an ancient engine of war analogous to the crossbow and ballista or brake can be (obsolete) a cage while shear is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As verbs the difference between brake and shear

is that brake is to bruise and crush; to knead or brake can be to operate (a) brake(s) or brake can be (lb) (break) while shear is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As an adjective shear is

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Shear vs Wool - What's the difference?

shear | wool |


As a verb shear

is to cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.

As a noun shear

is a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.

As an adjective shear

is .

As a proper noun wool is

a village in dorset, england.

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