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Crush vs Shrivel - What's the difference?

crush | shrivel | Related terms |

Crush is a related term of shrivel.


In lang=en terms the difference between crush and shrivel

is that crush is to be or become broken down or in, or pressed into a smaller compass, by external weight or force while shrivel is to draw into wrinkles.

As verbs the difference between crush and shrivel

is that crush is to press or bruise between two hard bodies; to squeeze, so as to destroy the natural shape or integrity of the parts, or to force together into a mass while shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble.

As a noun crush

is a violent collision or compression; a crash; destruction; ruin.

Shrivel vs Harm - What's the difference?

shrivel | harm | Related terms |

Shrivel is a related term of harm.


As a verb shrivel

is to collapse inward; to crumble.

As a proper noun harm is

, low german, derived from herman, meaning "army man".

Dry vs Shrivel - What's the difference?

dry | shrivel |


In intransitive terms the difference between dry and shrivel

is that dry is to lose moisture while shrivel is to become wrinkled.

In transitive terms the difference between dry and shrivel

is that dry is to remove moisture from while shrivel is to draw into wrinkles.

As an adjective dry

is free from liquid or moisture.

As an acronym DRY

is acronym of w:Don't repeat yourself|don't repeat yourself|lang=en It is a software development principle aimed at reducing repetition.

Shrivel vs Cripple - What's the difference?

shrivel | cripple | Related terms |


As verbs the difference between shrivel and cripple

is that shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble while cripple is to make someone a cripple; to cause someone to get a physical disability.

As an adjective cripple is

crippled.

As a noun cripple is

a person who has severely impaired physical abilities because of deformation, injury, or amputation of parts of the body.

Shrivel vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

shrivel | frustrate | Related terms |

Shrivel is a related term of frustrate.


In lang=en terms the difference between shrivel and frustrate

is that shrivel is to draw into wrinkles while frustrate is to cause stress or panic.

As verbs the difference between shrivel and frustrate

is that shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As an adjective frustrate is

vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Shrivel vs Die - What's the difference?

shrivel | die |


As a verb shrivel

is to collapse inward; to crumble.

As a proper noun die is

god.

Deplete vs Shrivel - What's the difference?

deplete | shrivel |


As verbs the difference between deplete and shrivel

is that deplete is to empty or unload, as the vessels of the human system, by bloodletting or by medicine while shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble.

Wizened vs Shrivel - What's the difference?

wizened | shrivel |


As verbs the difference between wizened and shrivel

is that wizened is (wizen) while shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble.

As an adjective wizened

is withered; lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness.

Shrivel vs Distend - What's the difference?

shrivel | distend |


In lang=en terms the difference between shrivel and distend

is that shrivel is to draw into wrinkles while distend is to cause to swell.

As verbs the difference between shrivel and distend

is that shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble while distend is to extend or expand, as from internal pressure; to swell.

Shrive vs Shrivel - What's the difference?

shrive | shrivel |


In lang=en terms the difference between shrive and shrivel

is that shrive is to prescribe penance or absolution while shrivel is to draw into wrinkles.

As verbs the difference between shrive and shrivel

is that shrive is (transitive|and|intransitive) to hear or receive a confession (of sins etc) while shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble.

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