lull

Lull vs Peace - What's the difference?

lull | peace |


As nouns the difference between lull and peace

is that lull is a period of rest or soothing while peace is a state of tranquility, quiet, and harmony; absence of violence for instance, a state free from civil disturbance.

As verbs the difference between lull and peace

is that lull is to while peace is (neologism) to make peace; to put at peace; to be at peace.

As an interjection peace is

(archaic) shut up!]], [[silence|silence!; be quiet, be silent.

Lull vs Storm - What's the difference?

lull | storm |


As a noun lull

is a period of rest or soothing.

As a verb lull

is to.

As a proper noun storm is

.

Lull vs Clam - What's the difference?

lull | clam |


As nouns the difference between lull and clam

is that lull is a period of rest or soothing while clam is a bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; as, the long clam (, a huge east indian bivalve or clam can be a crash or clangor made by ringing all the bells of a chime at once or clam can be clamminess; moisture.

As verbs the difference between lull and clam

is that lull is to while clam is to dig for clams or clam can be to produce, in bellringing, a clam or clangor; to cause to clang or clam can be to be moist or glutinous; to stick; to adhere.

Lull vs Trust - What's the difference?

lull | trust |


In lang=en terms the difference between lull and trust

is that lull is to become gradually calm; to subside; to cease or abate while trust is to sell or deliver anything in reliance upon a promise of payment; to give credit.

As nouns the difference between lull and trust

is that lull is a period of rest or soothing while trust is confidence in or reliance on some person or quality.

As verbs the difference between lull and trust

is that lull is to while trust is to place confidence in; to rely on, to confide, or repose faith, in.

As an adjective trust is

(obsolete) secure, safe.

Interval vs Lull - What's the difference?

interval | lull |


As nouns the difference between interval and lull

is that interval is a distance in space while lull is a period of rest or soothing.

As a verb lull is

to.

Lull vs Sleep - What's the difference?

lull | sleep |


In lang=en terms the difference between lull and sleep

is that lull is to become gradually calm; to subside; to cease or abate while sleep is to be slumbering in (a state).

As nouns the difference between lull and sleep

is that lull is a period of rest or soothing while sleep is (uncountable) the state of reduced consciousness during which a human or animal rests in a daily rhythm.

As verbs the difference between lull and sleep

is that lull is to while sleep is to rest in a state of reduced consciousness.

Lull vs Relieve - What's the difference?

lull | relieve |


As verbs the difference between lull and relieve

is that lull is to while relieve is to ease (a person, person's thoughts etc) from mental distress; to stop (someone) feeling anxious or worried, to alleviate the distress of.

As a noun lull

is a period of rest or soothing.

Lull vs Relief - What's the difference?

lull | relief |


As nouns the difference between lull and relief

is that lull is a period of rest or soothing while relief is embossment (especially that on a map).

As a verb lull

is to.

Allay vs Lull - What's the difference?

allay | lull | Related terms |

Allay is a related term of lull.


In lang=en terms the difference between allay and lull

is that allay is to alleviate; to abate; to mitigate while lull is to become gradually calm; to subside; to cease or abate.

As verbs the difference between allay and lull

is that allay is to make quiet or put at rest; to pacify or appease; to quell; to calm while lull is to.

As nouns the difference between allay and lull

is that allay is alleviation; abatement; check while lull is a period of rest or soothing.

Lol vs Lull - What's the difference?

lol | lull |


As a proper noun lol

is (league of legends) .

As a noun lull is

a period of rest or soothing.

As a verb lull is

to.

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