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Convolution vs Twirl - What's the difference?

convolution | twirl | Related terms |

Convolution is a related term of twirl.


As nouns the difference between convolution and twirl

is that convolution is something that is folded or twisted while twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette.

As a verb twirl is

to perform a twirl.

Twirl vs Loophole - What's the difference?

twirl | loophole | Related terms |

Twirl is a related term of loophole.


As nouns the difference between twirl and loophole

is that twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette while loophole is a method of escape, especially an ambiguity or exception in a rule that can be exploited in order to avoid its effect.

As verbs the difference between twirl and loophole

is that twirl is to perform a twirl while loophole is (military) to prepare a building for defense by preparing slits or holes through which to fire on attackers.

Twirl vs Coil - What's the difference?

twirl | coil | Related terms |

Twirl is a related term of coil.


As nouns the difference between twirl and coil

is that twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette while coil is something wound in the form of a helix or spiral or coil can be a noise, tumult, bustle, or turmoil.

As verbs the difference between twirl and coil

is that twirl is to perform a twirl while coil is to wind or reel eg a wire or rope into regular rings, often around a centerpiece.

Twirl vs Eyelet - What's the difference?

twirl | eyelet | Related terms |

Twirl is a related term of eyelet.


As nouns the difference between twirl and eyelet

is that twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette while eyelet is an object that consists of a rim and small hole or perforation to receive a cord or fastener, as in garments, sails, etc an eyelet may reinforce a hole.

As a verb twirl

is to perform a twirl.

Swivel vs Twirl - What's the difference?

swivel | twirl |


In intransitive terms the difference between swivel and twirl

is that swivel is to swing or turn, as on a pin or pivot while twirl is to perform a twirl.

Twill vs Twirl - What's the difference?

twill | twirl |


In lang=en terms the difference between twill and twirl

is that twill is to weave (cloth, etc) so as to produce the appearance of diagonal lines or ribs on the surface while twirl is to rotate rapidly.

As nouns the difference between twill and twirl

is that twill is (weaving) a pattern, characterised by diagonal ridges, created by the regular interlacing]] of threads of the warp and weft during [[weave|weaving while twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette.

As verbs the difference between twill and twirl

is that twill is to weave (cloth, etc) so as to produce the appearance of diagonal lines or ribs on the surface while twirl is to perform a twirl.

Twirp vs Twirl - What's the difference?

twirp | twirl |


As nouns the difference between twirp and twirl

is that twirp is while twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette.

As an interjection twirp

is an imitation of the sound of a bird or a horn.

As a verb twirl is

to perform a twirl.

Twirl vs Twire - What's the difference?

twirl | twire |


In lang=en terms the difference between twirl and twire

is that twirl is to rotate rapidly while twire is to twist; twirl.

As nouns the difference between twirl and twire

is that twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette while twire is a sly glance; a leer or twire can be a twisted filament; a thread.

As verbs the difference between twirl and twire

is that twirl is to perform a twirl while twire is to glance shyly or slyly; look askance; make eyes; leer; peer; pry or twire can be to twist; twirl.

Twirl vs Twirly - What's the difference?

twirl | twirly |


As a noun twirl

is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette.

As a verb twirl

is to perform a twirl.

As an adjective twirly is

coiled or curly.

Twirl vs Thirl - What's the difference?

twirl | thirl |


As nouns the difference between twirl and thirl

is that twirl is a movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette while thirl is (archaic|or|dialectal) a hole, aperture, especially a nostril.

As verbs the difference between twirl and thirl

is that twirl is to perform a twirl while thirl is to pierce, perforate, penetrate or thirl can be (obsolete) to throw (a projectile).

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