besmeared

Besmeared vs Smudgy - What's the difference?

besmeared | smudgy | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of smudgy.


As a verb besmeared

is (besmear).

As an adjective smudgy is

blurred, sort of smudged.

Besmeared vs Unwashed - What's the difference?

besmeared | unwashed | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of unwashed.


As a verb besmeared

is (besmear).

As an adjective unwashed is

that has or have not been washed.

Besmeared vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

besmeared | bedraggled | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of bedraggled.


As verbs the difference between besmeared and bedraggled

is that besmeared is (besmear) while bedraggled is (bedraggle).

As an adjective bedraggled is

wet and limp; unkempt.

Besmeared vs Smeared - What's the difference?

besmeared | smeared | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of smeared.


As verbs the difference between besmeared and smeared

is that besmeared is (besmear) while smeared is (smear).

Besmeared vs Befouled - What's the difference?

besmeared | befouled | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of befouled.


As verbs the difference between besmeared and befouled

is that besmeared is (besmear) while befouled is (befoul).

Besmeared vs Messy - What's the difference?

besmeared | messy | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of messy.


As a verb besmeared

is (besmear).

As a noun messy is

.

Unclean vs Besmeared - What's the difference?

unclean | besmeared | Related terms |

Unclean is a related term of besmeared.


As an adjective unclean

is dirty, soiled or foul.

As a verb besmeared is

(besmear).

Grubby vs Besmeared - What's the difference?

grubby | besmeared | Related terms |

Grubby is a related term of besmeared.


As an adjective grubby

is dirty, unwashed, unclean.

As a noun grubby

is (us|dialect) any species of cottus ; a sculpin.

As a verb besmeared is

(besmear).

Besmeared vs Stained - What's the difference?

besmeared | stained | Related terms |

Besmeared is a related term of stained.


As verbs the difference between besmeared and stained

is that besmeared is (besmear) while stained is (stain).

As an adjective stained is

having a stain.

Filthy vs Besmeared - What's the difference?

filthy | besmeared | Related terms |

Filthy is a related term of besmeared.


As an adjective filthy

is covered with filth; very dirty.

As a verb besmeared is

(besmear).

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