The difference between trimerous and tetramerous is that “trimerous” is organized in threes; having parts in numbers that are multiples of three and “tetramerous” is in four parts: such that each whorl has four flower parts.
The difference between frieze and entablature is that “frieze” is a kind of coarse woolen cloth or stuff with a shaggy or tufted nap on one side and “entablature” is all that part of a classical temple above the capitals of the columns; includes the architrave, frieze, and cornice but not the roof.
The difference between rue and bechamel is that “rue” is sorrow; repentance; regret and “bechamel” is alternative spelling of béchamel.
The difference between sesamol and sesamin is that “sesamol” is the antioxidant 3,4-methylenedioxyphenol found in sesame oil and “sesamin” is an extract of sesame seeds; a component of sesame oil.
The difference between poster and tarpaulin is that “poster” is a picture of a celebrity, an event etc., intended to be attached to a wall and “tarpaulin” is a tarp, a heavy, waterproof sheet of material, often cloth, used as a cover or blanket.
The difference between halite and sapphire is that “halite” is native salt; sodium chloride NaCl as a mineral; rock salt and “sapphire” is a clear deep blue variety of corundum, valued as a precious stone.
The difference between vasovagal and syncope is that “vasovagal” is pertaining to the vagus nerve as well as the vascular system; often describing an attack etc. characterised by slowing of the pulse and a fall in blood pressure and “syncope” is the loss or elision of a sound from the interior of a word, for example by changing cannot to can’t, never to ne’er, or the pronunciation of the -cester ending in placenames as -ster.
The difference between towards and going is that “towards” is alternative form of toward and “going” is present participle of go.
The difference between shearling and wool is that “shearling” is a sheep that has been shorn for the first time and “wool” is the hair of the sheep, llama and some other ruminants.
The difference between honeypot and sandbox is that “honeypot” is a pot of honey and “sandbox” is a children’s play area consisting of a box filled with sand.