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Tumble vs Riot - What's the difference?

tumble | riot |


As nouns the difference between tumble and riot

is that tumble is a fall while riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult.

As verbs the difference between tumble and riot

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while riot is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Tumble vs Collapse - What's the difference?

tumble | collapse |


As nouns the difference between tumble and collapse

is that tumble is a fall while collapse is the act of collapsing.

As verbs the difference between tumble and collapse

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while collapse is to fall down suddenly; to cave in.

Hurtle vs Tumble - What's the difference?

hurtle | tumble |


As verbs the difference between hurtle and tumble

is that hurtle is to move rapidly, violently, or without control while tumble is (lb) to fall end over end.

As nouns the difference between hurtle and tumble

is that hurtle is a fast movement in literal or figurative sense while tumble is a fall.

Tumble vs Jump - What's the difference?

tumble | jump |


As nouns the difference between tumble and jump

is that tumble is a fall while jump is the act of jumping; a leap; a spring; a bound or jump can be a kind of loose jacket for men.

As verbs the difference between tumble and jump

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while jump is to propel oneself rapidly upward, downward and/or in any horizontal direction such that momentum causes the body to become airborne.

As an adverb jump is

(obsolete) exactly; precisely.

As an adjective jump is

(obsolete) exact; matched; fitting; precise.

Dive vs Tumble - What's the difference?

dive | tumble |


As nouns the difference between dive and tumble

is that dive is while tumble is a fall.

As a verb tumble is

(lb) to fall end over end.

Tumble vs Slide - What's the difference?

tumble | slide |


As nouns the difference between tumble and slide

is that tumble is a fall while slide is an item of play equipment that children can climb up and then slide down again.

As verbs the difference between tumble and slide

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while slide is (ergative) to (cause to) move in continuous contact with a surface.

Tumble vs Spin - What's the difference?

tumble | spin |


As nouns the difference between tumble and spin

is that tumble is a fall while spin is spin.

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

Tumble vs Welter - What's the difference?

tumble | welter |


As nouns the difference between tumble and welter

is that tumble is a fall while welter is welter (boxing class).

As a verb tumble

is (lb) to fall end over end.

Pour vs Tumble - What's the difference?

pour | tumble |


As nouns the difference between pour and tumble

is that pour is fear while tumble is a fall.

As a verb tumble is

(lb) to fall end over end.

Tumble vs Bounce - What's the difference?

tumble | bounce |


As nouns the difference between tumble and bounce

is that tumble is a fall while bounce is a change of direction of motion after hitting the ground or an obstacle.

As verbs the difference between tumble and bounce

is that tumble is (lb) to fall end over end while bounce is to change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle.

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