stridor

Crowing vs Stridor - What's the difference?

crowing | stridor |


As nouns the difference between crowing and stridor

is that crowing is a cry of joy or pleasure while stridor is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise.

As a verb crowing

is .

Stridor vs Crackles - What's the difference?

stridor | crackles |


As nouns the difference between stridor and crackles

is that stridor is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise while crackles is .

As a verb crackles is

(crackle).

Stridor vs Rales - What's the difference?

stridor | rales |


As a noun stridor

is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise.

As a verb rales is

.

Strider vs Stridor - What's the difference?

strider | stridor |


As nouns the difference between strider and stridor

is that strider is one who strides while stridor is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise.

Stridor vs Stridulous - What's the difference?

stridor | stridulous |


As a noun stridor

is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise.

As an adjective stridulous is

emitting a particularly harsh or shrill sound.

Wheeze vs Stridor - What's the difference?

wheeze | stridor |


As nouns the difference between wheeze and stridor

is that wheeze is a piping or whistling sound caused by difficult respiration while stridor is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise.

As a verb wheeze

is to breathe hard, and with an audible piping or whistling sound, as persons affected with asthma.

Stridor vs Wheezing - What's the difference?

stridor | wheezing |


As nouns the difference between stridor and wheezing

is that stridor is a harsh, shrill, unpleasant noise while wheezing is the quality or symptom of breathing with an audible wheeze.

As a verb wheezing is

.