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Encumbrance vs Cumberground - What's the difference?

Encumbrance is a related term of cumberground. As nouns the difference between encumbrance and cumberground is that encumbrance is something that encumbers; a burden that must be carried while cumberground is (obsolete) any totally worthless object or person; something that is just in the way.

Cumbrous vs Cumberground - What's the difference?

Cumbrous is a related term of cumberground. In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between cumbrous and cumberground is that cumbrous is (obsolete) giving trouble; vexatious while cumberground is (obsolete) any totally worthless object or person; something that is just in the way.As an adjective cumbrous is unwieldy because of its weight; cumbersome. As a noun cumberground is (obsolete) any totally worthless object or person; something that is just in the way.

Cumbersome vs Cumberground - What's the difference?

Cumbersome is a related term of cumberground.As an adjective cumbersome is burdensome or hindering, as a weight or drag; vexatious; cumbrous. As a noun cumberground is (obsolete) any totally worthless object or person; something that is just in the way.

Unheddled vs Heddle - What's the difference?

Unheddled is a related term of heddle.As an adjective unheddled is (of a thread of the warp) that has not been heddled. As a noun heddle is a component in a loom, being one of a number of similar components, through the eye of each of which a distinct strand of the warp is threaded. As a verb heddle is to thread each strand of the warp through the eye of a heddle .

Heddled vs Heddle - What's the difference?

Heddled is a related term of heddle. As verbs the difference between heddled and heddle is that heddled is (heddle) while heddle is to thread each strand of the warp through the eye of a heddle . As an adjective heddled is (of a loom|usually|in combination) that uses heddles. As a noun heddle is a component in a loom, being one of a number of similar components, through the eye of each of which a distinct strand of the warp is threaded.

Paraphyly vs Paraphyletic - What's the difference?

Paraphyly is a related term of paraphyletic. In context|systematics|lang=en terms the difference between paraphyly and paraphyletic is that paraphyly is (systematics) the condition of being paraphyletic while paraphyletic is (systematics) of a defined group of taxa, not including all descendants of the common ancestor of all members.As a noun paraphyly is (systematics) the condition of being paraphyletic. As an adjective paraphyletic is (systematics) of a defined group of taxa, not including all descendants of the common ancestor of all members.

Monophyletic vs Paraphyletic - What's the difference?

Monophyletic is a related term of paraphyletic. As adjectives the difference between monophyletic and paraphyletic is that monophyletic is (biology) of, pertaining to, or affecting a single phylum (or other taxon) of organisms while paraphyletic is (systematics) of a defined group of taxa, not including all descendants of the common ancestor of all members.

Speedfully vs Speedful - What's the difference?

Speedfully is a related term of speedful.As an adverb speedfully is in a speedful manner. As an adjective speedful is (archaic) successful; prosperous.

Asswards vs Assward - What's the difference?

Assward is a related term of asswards. Asswards is a related term of assward. As adverbs the difference between asswards and assward is that asswards is ass first; backwards while assward is (informal) ass first; backward.

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