faze

Baffle vs Faze - What's the difference?

baffle | faze |


As verbs the difference between baffle and faze

is that baffle is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight while faze is (fazer).

As a noun baffle

is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether.

Faze - What does it mean?

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Startle vs Faze - What's the difference?

startle | faze |


As verbs the difference between startle and faze

is that startle is (label) to move suddenly, or be excited, on feeling alarm; to start while faze is (fazer).

As a noun startle

is a sudden motion or shock caused by an unexpected alarm, surprise, or apprehension of danger.

Faze vs Worried - What's the difference?

faze | worried |


As verbs the difference between faze and worried

is that faze is (fazer) while worried is (worry).

As an adjective worried is

thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen; feeling afraid and unhappy.

Faze vs Harry - What's the difference?

faze | harry |


As a verb faze

is (fazer).

As a proper noun harry is

, also used as a pet form of henry and harold.

Faze vs Agitate - What's the difference?

faze | agitate |


As verbs the difference between faze and agitate

is that faze is (fazer) while agitate is to move with a violent, irregular action; as, the wind agitates the sea; to agitate water in a vessel.

Fluster vs Faze - What's the difference?

fluster | faze |


As verbs the difference between fluster and faze

is that fluster is while faze is (fazer).

Faze vs Suspense - What's the difference?

faze | suspense |


As a verb faze

is (fazer).

As a noun suspense is

the condition of being suspended; cessation for a time.

As an adjective suspense is

(obsolete) held or lifted up; held or prevented from proceeding.

Faze vs Afflict - What's the difference?

faze | afflict |


As verbs the difference between faze and afflict

is that faze is (fazer) while afflict is to cause (someone) pain, suffering or distress.

Faze vs Hassle - What's the difference?

faze | hassle |


As verbs the difference between faze and hassle

is that faze is (fazer) while hassle is to trouble, to bother, to annoy.

As a noun hassle is

trouble, bother, unwanted annoyances or problems.

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