Difference between Stool and Tiller

What is the difference between Stool and Tiller?

Stool as a noun is a seat for one person without a back or armrest. while Tiller as a noun is a person who tills; a farmer.


Part of speech: noun

Definition: A seat for one person without a back or armrest. A footstool. Feces; excrement. A decoy.

Example sentence: I left school at 16 and my mother got me a job as a trainee wine taster. But one day I followed some girls into St Martin's art school and saw a voluptuous woman sitting on a stool being sketched. I decided to get myself fired.


Part of speech: noun

Definition: A person who tills; a farmer.A machine that mechanically tills the soil.The stock; a beam on a crossbow carved to fit the arrow, or the point of balance in a longbow.A bar of iron or wood connected with the rudderhead and leadline, usually forward, in which the rudder is moved as desired by the tiller (FM 55-501).Part of the rudder the helm holds to steer the boat, a piece of wood or metal extending forward from the rudder over or through the transom. Generally attached at the top of the rudder.A handle; a stalk.A young tree.

Part of speech: verb

Definition: To put forth new shoots.

We hope you now know whether to use Stool or Tiller in your sentence.

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