Wifies vs Wifier - What's the difference?

wifies | wifier |


As nouns the difference between wifies and wifier

is that wifies is while wifier is (internet) a user of a wi-fi network, particularly a public one.

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wifies

English

Noun

(head)
  • wifier

    English

    Adjective

    (head)
  • (wifey)
  • * 1887 , The Critic , 14 May 1887, pages 240-241:
  • How her distracted husband finds her, how he brings her home, and convinces her that no intellect or beauty, or charm of any kind in any other woman, could for a moment seem to him comparable to the innocence and simplicity of his 'wee wifie,' and how under the influence of his praise she becomes wee-er and wifier than ever, is elaborately set forth for those who care to know.
  • * 1993 , "'Lace' covers women's concerns but avoids some broader issues", The Washington Times , 18 July 1993:
  • As wifier -than-thou Val, Miss Eikenberry seems to be reprising her "LA Law" role, just as Miss Sheedy seems to be reprising her misfit from her "Breakfast Club" days.
  • * 1994 , Joel Achenbach, "These Are Delicate Times For Nation's First Lady", The Buffalo News , 25 December 1994:
  • But she can be made more ceremonial; she can be made wifier .