blare

Blare vs Tap - What's the difference?

blare | tap |


As a noun blare

is (usually singular) a loud sound.

As a verb blare

is to make a loud sound.

As an initialism tap is

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Flicker vs Blare - What's the difference?

flicker | blare |


As nouns the difference between flicker and blare

is that flicker is an unsteady flash of light or flicker can be (us) a certain type of small woodpecker, especially of the genus colaptes or flicker can be one who flicks while blare is (usually singular) a loud sound.

As verbs the difference between flicker and blare

is that flicker is (lb) to burn or shine unsteadily to burn or shine with a wavering light while blare is to make a loud sound.

Blare vs Howl - What's the difference?

blare | howl |


As nouns the difference between blare and howl

is that blare is (usually singular) a loud sound while howl is the protracted, mournful cry of a dog or a wolf, or other like sound.

As verbs the difference between blare and howl

is that blare is to make a loud sound while howl is to utter a loud, protracted, mournful sound or cry, as dogs and wolves often do.

Whine vs Blare - What's the difference?

whine | blare |


As nouns the difference between whine and blare

is that whine is a long-drawn, high-pitched complaining cry or sound while blare is (usually singular) a loud sound.

As verbs the difference between whine and blare

is that whine is to utter a high-pitched cry while blare is to make a loud sound.

Blare vs Whisper - What's the difference?

blare | whisper |


As nouns the difference between blare and whisper

is that blare is (usually singular) a loud sound while whisper is the act of speaking in a quiet voice, especially, without vibration of the vocal cords.

As verbs the difference between blare and whisper

is that blare is to make a loud sound while whisper is to speak softly, or under the breath, so as to be heard only by one near at hand; to utter words without sonant breath; to talk without that vibration in the larynx which gives sonorous, or vocal, sound.

Bloom vs Blare - What's the difference?

bloom | blare |


As nouns the difference between bloom and blare

is that bloom is while blare is (usually singular) a loud sound.

As a verb blare is

to make a loud sound.

Blare vs Caterwauling - What's the difference?

blare | caterwauling | Related terms |

Blare is a related term of caterwauling.


As nouns the difference between blare and caterwauling

is that blare is (usually singular) a loud sound while caterwauling is a sound that caterwauls.

As verbs the difference between blare and caterwauling

is that blare is to make a loud sound while caterwauling is .

Blare vs Bellow - What's the difference?

blare | bellow |


As nouns the difference between blare and bellow

is that blare is (usually singular) a loud sound while bellow is the deep roar of a large animal, or any similar loud noise.

As verbs the difference between blare and bellow

is that blare is to make a loud sound while bellow is to make a loud, deep, hollow noise like the roar of an angry bull.

Blare vs Yell - What's the difference?

blare | yell |


As nouns the difference between blare and yell

is that blare is (usually singular) a loud sound while yell is a shout.

As verbs the difference between blare and yell

is that blare is to make a loud sound while yell is shout; holler; make a loud sound with the voice.

As an adjective yell is

(ulster) dry (of cow).

Tintinnabulate vs Blare - What's the difference?

tintinnabulate | blare | Related terms |

Tintinnabulate is a related term of blare.


As verbs the difference between tintinnabulate and blare

is that tintinnabulate is to ring, tinkle, toll, or otherwise sound like bells while blare is to make a loud sound.

As a noun blare is

(usually singular) a loud sound.

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