falter

Falter vs Stammered - What's the difference?

falter | stammered |


As a noun falter

is butterfly.

As an adjective stammered is

of speech, that sounds irregular or halting.

As a verb stammered is

(stammer).

Astray vs Falter - What's the difference?

astray | falter |


As an adverb astray

is in a wrong or unknown and wrongly-motivated direction.

As a noun falter is

butterfly.

Falter vs Exultation - What's the difference?

falter | exultation |


As nouns the difference between falter and exultation

is that falter is butterfly while exultation is the act of exulting; lively joy at success or victory, or at any advantage gained; rapturous delight; triumph.

Lumber vs Falter - What's the difference?

lumber | falter |


As nouns the difference between lumber and falter

is that lumber is (uncountable) wood intended as a building material while falter is butterfly.

As a verb lumber

is to move clumsily.

Languish vs Falter - What's the difference?

languish | falter |


As a verb languish

is to lose strength and become weak; to be in a state of weakness or sickness.

As a noun falter is

butterfly.

Suffer vs Falter - What's the difference?

suffer | falter |


As a verb suffer

is to undergo hardship.

As a noun falter is

butterfly.

Falter vs Indecisive - What's the difference?

falter | indecisive |


As a noun falter

is butterfly.

As an adjective indecisive is

.

Falter vs Mounch - What's the difference?

falter | mounch |


As a noun falter

is butterfly.

As a verb mounch is

.

Falter vs Limb - What's the difference?

falter | limb |


As nouns the difference between falter and limb

is that falter is butterfly while limb is a major appendage of human or animal, used for locomotion (such as an arm, leg or wing) or limb can be (astronomy) the apparent visual edge of a celestial body.

As a verb limb is

to remove the limbs from an animal or tree.

Jitter vs Falter - What's the difference?

jitter | falter |


As nouns the difference between jitter and falter

is that jitter is a nervous action; a tic or jitter can be (computing) a program or routine that performs jitting while falter is butterfly.

As a verb jitter

is to be nervous.

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