gloppen

Terms vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

terms | gloppen |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb gloppen is

to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Gloppen vs Glopped - What's the difference?

gloppen | glopped |


As verbs the difference between gloppen and glopped

is that gloppen is to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast while glopped is (glop).

Surprise vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

surprise | gloppen |


As verbs the difference between surprise and gloppen

is that surprise is to cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted while gloppen is to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

As a noun surprise

is something not expected.

As an adjective surprise

is unexpected.

Astonish vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

astonish | gloppen |


As verbs the difference between astonish and gloppen

is that astonish is surprise, flabbergast while gloppen is to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Terrify vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

terrify | gloppen |


As verbs the difference between terrify and gloppen

is that terrify is to frighten greatly; to fill with terror while gloppen is to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Downcast vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

downcast | gloppen |


As verbs the difference between downcast and gloppen

is that downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward while gloppen is to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

As an adjective downcast

is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast

is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

Astonishment vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

astonishment | gloppen |


As a noun astonishment

is amazement, great surprise.

As a verb gloppen is

to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Alarm vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

alarm | gloppen |


As a noun alarm

is alert, alarm.

As a verb gloppen is

to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Gaze vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

gaze | gloppen |


As a noun gaze

is gauze.

As a verb gloppen is

to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.

Fear vs Gloppen - What's the difference?

fear | gloppen |


As a noun fear

is grass.

As a verb gloppen is

to be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast.