What's the difference between 'swatter' and 'sweater'?

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  • Speed
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    1 month ago
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    Swatter: A person or implement that swats, like a fly swatter, or Vineet who swats bees away from the hummingbird feeder, which makes him a swatter.

    Sweater: A knit garment worn for warmth.

    The vowel sound is different. Swatter rhymes with otter, hotter, and potter. Sweater rhymes with better, setter, and letter.

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  • denise
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    1 month ago

    Swatter is a flat/wide ended stick, a bit like a fish slice/spatula for 'swatting' insects.

    A Sweater is a jumper/ jersey that you wear.

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