gasp

Laugh vs Gasp - What's the difference?

laugh | gasp |


As nouns the difference between laugh and gasp

is that laugh is an expression of mirth particular to the human species; the sound heard in laughing; laughter while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb laugh

is (label) to show mirth, satisfaction, or derision, by peculiar movement of the muscles of the face, particularly of the mouth, causing a lighting up of the face and eyes, and usually accompanied by the emission of explosive or chuckling sounds from the chest and throat; to indulge in laughter.

Burp vs Gasp - What's the difference?

burp | gasp |


As nouns the difference between burp and gasp

is that burp is a belch while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb burp

is to emit a burp.

Cheer vs Gasp - What's the difference?

cheer | gasp |


As nouns the difference between cheer and gasp

is that cheer is land, country, state, territory, shore while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

Gasp vs Surprise - What's the difference?

gasp | surprise |


As nouns the difference between gasp and surprise

is that gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing while surprise is something not expected.

As a verb surprise is

to cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted.

As an adjective surprise is

unexpected.

Sniff vs Gasp - What's the difference?

sniff | gasp |


As nouns the difference between sniff and gasp

is that sniff is an instance of sniffing while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb sniff

is (ambitransitive) to make a short, audible inhalation, through the nose, as if to smell something.

Gasp vs Catch - What's the difference?

gasp | catch |


As nouns the difference between gasp and catch

is that gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing while catch is (countable) the act of seizing or capturing (jump).

As a verb catch is

(lb) to capture, overtake .

Gasp vs Caught - What's the difference?

gasp | caught |


As a noun gasp

is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As an adjective caught is

(cricket) of the method of being out in which the striker hits the ball and a fielder catches it.

As a verb caught is

(catch).

Grip vs Gasp - What's the difference?

grip | gasp |


As nouns the difference between grip and gasp

is that grip is a hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand or grip can be (dialectal) a small ditch or trench; a channel to carry off water or other liquid; a drain or grip can be (obsolete) the griffin while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb grip

is to take hold of, particularly with the hand.

Flinch vs Gasp - What's the difference?

flinch | gasp |


As nouns the difference between flinch and gasp

is that flinch is a reflexive jerking away while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As a verb flinch

is to make a sudden, involuntary movement in response to a (usually negative) stimulus.

Quiver vs Gasp - What's the difference?

quiver | gasp |


As nouns the difference between quiver and gasp

is that quiver is (weaponry) a container for arrows, crossbow bolts or darts, such as those fired from a bow, crossbow or blowgun while gasp is sigh, yawn; the act of sighing.

As an adjective quiver

is (archaic) nimble, active.

As a verb quiver

is to shake or move with slight and tremulous motion; to tremble; to quake; to shudder; to shiver.

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