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Shock vs Recoil - What's the difference?

shock | recoil |


In obsolete intransitive terms the difference between shock and recoil

is that shock is to meet with a shock; to meet in violent encounter while recoil is to retire, withdraw.

As nouns the difference between shock and recoil

is that shock is sudden, heavy impact while recoil is a starting or falling back; a rebound; a shrinking.

As verbs the difference between shock and recoil

is that shock is to cause to be emotionally shocked while recoil is to retreat before an opponent.

Shock vs Husk - What's the difference?

shock | husk |


As nouns the difference between shock and husk

is that shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook while husk is the dry, leafy or stringy exterior of certain vegetables or fruits, which must be removed before eating the meat inside.

As verbs the difference between shock and husk

is that shock is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook while husk is to remove husks from or husk can be to say huskily, to utter in a husky voice.

Crisis vs Shock - What's the difference?

crisis | shock |


As nouns the difference between crisis and shock

is that crisis is a crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point while shock is sudden, heavy impact.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked.

Soak vs Shock - What's the difference?

soak | shock |


As verbs the difference between soak and shock

is that soak is (label) to be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it while shock is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

As nouns the difference between soak and shock

is that soak is an immersion in water etc while shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook.

Shock vs Hemorrhage - What's the difference?

shock | hemorrhage |


As nouns the difference between shock and hemorrhage

is that shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook while hemorrhage is .

As verbs the difference between shock and hemorrhage

is that shock is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook while hemorrhage is .

Dumbstruck vs Shock - What's the difference?

dumbstruck | shock |


As an adjective dumbstruck

is so shocked as to be unable to speak.

As a noun shock is

sudden, heavy impact.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked.

Ischemia vs Shock - What's the difference?

ischemia | shock |


As nouns the difference between ischemia and shock

is that ischemia is local disturbance in blood circulation due to mechanical obstruction of the blood supply (vasoconstriction, thrombosis or embolism) while shock is sudden, heavy impact.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked.

Culture vs Shock - What's the difference?

culture | shock |


As nouns the difference between culture and shock

is that culture is the arts, customs, and habits that characterize a particular society or nation while shock is sudden, heavy impact.

As verbs the difference between culture and shock

is that culture is to maintain in an environment suitable for growth especially of bacteria while shock is to cause to be emotionally shocked.

Unbelief vs Shock - What's the difference?

unbelief | shock |


As nouns the difference between unbelief and shock

is that unbelief is an absence (or rejection) of belief, especially religious belief while shock is sudden, heavy impact.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked.

Shock vs Coma - What's the difference?

shock | coma |


As nouns the difference between shock and coma

is that shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook while coma is a state of sleep from which one may not wake up, usually induced by some form of trauma or coma can be (astronomy) a cloud of dust surrounding the nucleus of a comet.

As a verb shock

is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

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