fuzz

Hiss vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

hiss | fuzz |


As nouns the difference between hiss and fuzz

is that hiss is a high-pitched sound made by a snake, cat, escaping steam, etc while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

As verbs the difference between hiss and fuzz

is that hiss is to make a hissing sound while fuzz is to make fuzzy.

Fuzz vs Peachfuzz - What's the difference?

fuzz | peachfuzz |


As nouns the difference between fuzz and peachfuzz

is that fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police while peachfuzz is (rare|nonstandard) the fuzz found on the skin of a peach.

As a verb fuzz

is to make fuzzy.

Fuzz vs Hair - What's the difference?

fuzz | hair |


As nouns the difference between fuzz and hair

is that fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police while hair is (label) a pigmented filament of keratin which grows from a follicle on the skin of humans and other mammals.

As a verb fuzz

is to make fuzzy.

Fuzz vs Fluff - What's the difference?

fuzz | fluff | Synonyms |

Fuzz is a synonym of fluff.


As nouns the difference between fuzz and fluff

is that fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police while fluff is anything light, soft or fuzzy, especially fur, hair, feathers.

As verbs the difference between fuzz and fluff

is that fuzz is to make fuzzy while fluff is to make something fluffy.

Drunk vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

drunk | fuzz |


As nouns the difference between drunk and fuzz

is that drunk is a habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

As verbs the difference between drunk and fuzz

is that drunk is while fuzz is to make fuzzy.

As a adjective drunk

is in a state of intoxication caused by the consumption of excessive alcohol, usually by drinking alcoholic beverages.

Random vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

random | fuzz |


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between random and fuzz

is that random is (computing) pseudorandom; mimicking the result of random selection while fuzz is (computing) the random data used in fuzz testing.

As nouns the difference between random and fuzz

is that random is a roving motion; course without definite direction; lack of rule or method; chance while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

As a adjective random

is having unpredictable outcomes and, in the ideal case, all outcomes equally probable; resulting from such selection; lacking statistical correlation.

As a verb fuzz is

to make fuzzy.

Data vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

data | fuzz |


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between data and fuzz

is that data is (computing) a representation of facts or ideas in a formalized manner capable of being communicated or manipulated by some process while fuzz is (computing) the random data used in fuzz testing.

As nouns the difference between data and fuzz

is that data is : pieces of information while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

As a verb fuzz is

to make fuzzy.

Blur vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

blur | fuzz |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between blur and fuzz

is that blur is (obsolete) a moral stain or blot while fuzz is (obsolete) a state of befuddlement.

As verbs the difference between blur and fuzz

is that blur is to make indistinct or hazy, to obscure or dim while fuzz is to make fuzzy.

As nouns the difference between blur and fuzz

is that blur is a smear, smudge or blot while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

Frizzy vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

frizzy | fuzz |


As nouns the difference between frizzy and fuzz

is that frizzy is a small amount of unkempt, curly hair while fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

As a adjective frizzy

is formed of a mass of small, tight, wiry curls; unruly or extending in all directions.

As a verb fuzz is

to make fuzzy.

Fuzz vs Police - What's the difference?

fuzz | police |

Fuzz is a synonym of police.


As nouns the difference between fuzz and police

is that fuzz is a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police while police is a civil force granted the legal authority to enforce the law and maintain public order.

As verbs the difference between fuzz and police

is that fuzz is to make fuzzy while police is to enforce the law and keep order among (a group).

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