deafer

Deafer vs Deffer - What's the difference?

deafer | deffer |


As adjectives the difference between deafer and deffer

is that deafer is (deaf) while deffer is (def).

Deafer vs Deafen - What's the difference?

deafer | deafen |


As an adjective deafer

is (deaf).

As a verb deafen is

to make deaf, either temporarily or permanently.

Dearer vs Deafer - What's the difference?

dearer | deafer |


As adjectives the difference between dearer and deafer

is that dearer is (dear) while deafer is (deaf).

As an adverb dearer

is .

Dealer vs Deafer - What's the difference?

dealer | deafer |


As a noun dealer

is a dealer (somebody who peddles illicit drugs, especially to teenagers), drug dealer.

As an adjective deafer is

(deaf).

Deader vs Deafer - What's the difference?

deader | deafer |


As adjectives the difference between deader and deafer

is that deader is (figuratively|humorous) (dead); or at least more evidently dead while deafer is (deaf).

As a noun deader

is (figurative or humorous|informal) one who is deceased, or will shortly become so.

Defer vs Deafer - What's the difference?

defer | deafer |


As a verb defer

is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

As an adjective deafer is

(deaf).