besmirch

Besmirch vs Voluminous - What's the difference?

besmirch | voluminous |


As a verb besmirch

is to make dirty; to soil.

As an adjective voluminous is

of or pertaining to volume or volumes.

Disparage vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

disparage | besmirch |


As verbs the difference between disparage and besmirch

is that disparage is to match unequally; to degrade or dishonor while besmirch is to make dirty; to soil.

As a noun disparage

is (obsolete) inequality in marriage; marriage with an inferior.

Calumny vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

calumny | besmirch |


As a noun calumny

is a falsification or misrepresentation intended to disparage or discredit another.

As a verb besmirch is

to make dirty; to soil.

Desecrate vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

desecrate | besmirch |


In lang=en terms the difference between desecrate and besmirch

is that desecrate is (transitive)  to inappropriately change while besmirch is to tarnish something, especially someone's reputation; to debase.

As verbs the difference between desecrate and besmirch

is that desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something while besmirch is to make dirty; to soil.

As an adjective desecrate

is desecrated.

Dishonor vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

dishonor | besmirch |


As verbs the difference between dishonor and besmirch

is that dishonor is while besmirch is to make dirty; to soil.

As a noun dishonor

is .

Besmirch vs Cake - What's the difference?

besmirch | cake | Related terms |

Besmirch is a related term of cake.


In lang=en terms the difference between besmirch and cake

is that besmirch is to tarnish something, especially someone's reputation; to debase while cake is coat (something) with a crust of solid material.

As verbs the difference between besmirch and cake

is that besmirch is to make dirty; to soil while cake is coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose.

As a noun cake is

a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.

Mire vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

mire | besmirch | Synonyms |

Mire is a synonym of besmirch.


As a noun mire

is .

As a verb besmirch is

to make dirty; to soil.

Besmirch vs Spoil - What's the difference?

besmirch | spoil | Related terms |

Besmirch is a related term of spoil.


In lang=en terms the difference between besmirch and spoil

is that besmirch is to tarnish something, especially someone's reputation; to debase while spoil is to reveal the ending of (a story etc); to ruin (a surprise) by exposing it ahead of time.

As verbs the difference between besmirch and spoil

is that besmirch is to make dirty; to soil while spoil is (archaic) to strip (someone who has been killed or defeated) of their arms or armour.

As a noun spoil is

(also in plural: spoils ) plunder taken from an enemy or victim.

Besmirch vs Muddy - What's the difference?

besmirch | muddy | Related terms |

Besmirch is a related term of muddy.


In lang=en terms the difference between besmirch and muddy

is that besmirch is to tarnish something, especially someone's reputation; to debase while muddy is to make a mess of, or create confusion with regard to; to muddle.

As verbs the difference between besmirch and muddy

is that besmirch is to make dirty; to soil while muddy is to get mud on (something).

As an adjective muddy is

covered with or full of mud or wet soil.

Dirty vs Besmirch - What's the difference?

dirty | besmirch | Related terms |

Dirty is a related term of besmirch.


In lang=en terms the difference between dirty and besmirch

is that dirty is to become soiled while besmirch is to tarnish something, especially someone's reputation; to debase.

As verbs the difference between dirty and besmirch

is that dirty is to make (something) dirty while besmirch is to make dirty; to soil.

As an adjective dirty

is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As an adverb dirty

is in a dirty manner.

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