dudder

Terms vs Dudder - What's the difference?

terms | dudder |


As nouns the difference between terms and dudder

is that terms is while dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

As a verb dudder is

to confuse or confound with noise.

Fudder vs Dudder - What's the difference?

fudder | dudder |


As nouns the difference between fudder and dudder

is that fudder is (a weight) while dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

As a verb dudder is

to confuse or confound with noise.

Mudder vs Dudder - What's the difference?

mudder | dudder |


As nouns the difference between mudder and dudder

is that mudder is mother / mamma (as in deine mudder "yo mamma") while dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

As a verb dudder is

to confuse or confound with noise.

Dudder vs Pudder - What's the difference?

dudder | pudder |


In lang=en terms the difference between dudder and pudder

is that dudder is to shiver or tremble; to dodder while pudder is to make a tumult or bustle; to splash; to make a pother or fuss.

As nouns the difference between dudder and pudder

is that dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer while pudder is a confused noise; turmoil; bustle; tumult.

As verbs the difference between dudder and pudder

is that dudder is to confuse or confound with noise while pudder is to perplex; to embarrass; to confuse; to bother.

Dudder vs Judder - What's the difference?

dudder | judder |


In lang=en terms the difference between dudder and judder

is that dudder is to shiver or tremble; to dodder while judder is to spasm or shake violently.

As nouns the difference between dudder and judder

is that dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer while judder is a spasmodic shaking.

As verbs the difference between dudder and judder

is that dudder is to confuse or confound with noise while judder is to spasm or shake violently.

Dudder vs Rudder - What's the difference?

dudder | rudder |


As nouns the difference between dudder and rudder

is that dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer while rudder is (nautical) an underwater vane used to steer a vessel the rudder is controlled by means of a wheel, tiller or other apparatus (modern vessels can be controlled even with a joystick or an autopilot).

As a verb dudder

is to confuse or confound with noise.

Duddery vs Dudder - What's the difference?

duddery | dudder |


As nouns the difference between duddery and dudder

is that duddery is (archaic|uk) a place where rags are bought and kept for sale while dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

As a verb dudder is

to confuse or confound with noise.

Dudder vs Dunder - What's the difference?

dudder | dunder |


As nouns the difference between dudder and dunder

is that dudder is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer while dunder is (west indies) the lees or dregs of cane juice, used in the distillation of rum.

As a verb dudder

is to confuse or confound with noise.

Dudder vs Dodder - What's the difference?

dudder | dodder |


As a noun dudder

is (uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

As a verb dudder

is to confuse or confound with noise.

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Didder vs Dudder - What's the difference?

didder | dudder |


As verbs the difference between didder and dudder

is that didder is to rattle or shiver while dudder is to confuse or confound with noise.

As a noun dudder is

(uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

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