The difference between bromide and hydrobromide is that “bromide” is a binary compound of bromine and some other element or radical and “hydrobromide” is a compound of hydrobromic acid with an organic base.
The difference between truss and trestle is that “truss” is a bandage and belt used to hold a hernia in place and “trestle” is a horizontal member supported near each end by a pair of divergent legs, such as sawhorses.
The difference between lesion and tumour is that “lesion” is a wound or injury and “tumour” is an abnormal growth; differential diagnosis includes abscess, metaplasia, and neoplasia.
The difference between cnidocyte and spicule is that “cnidocyte” is a capsule, in certain cnidarians, containing a barbed, threadlike tube that delivers a paralyzing sting and “spicule” is a sharp, needle-like piece.
The difference between ostinato and melody is that “ostinato” is a piece of melody, a chord progression, or a bass figure that is repeated over and over as a musical accompaniment and “melody” is tune; sequence of notes that makes up a musical phrase.
The difference between subfascial and subcutaneous is that “subfascial” is beneath the fascia and “subcutaneous” is pertaining to the fatty layer under the skin.
The difference between matrimonial and married is that “matrimonial” is of, or having to do with matrimony and marriage and “married” is in a state of marriage; having a wife or a husband.
The difference between obscenity and swearing is that “obscenity” is something that is obscene and “swearing” is present participle of swear.
The difference between nobody and one is that “nobody” is not any person; the logical negation of somebody and “one” is the first positive number in the set of natural numbers.
The difference between fronds and sporophyll is that “fronds” is the leaf of a fern, especially a compound leaf and “sporophyll” is the equivalent to a leaf, in ferns and mosses, that bears the sporangia.