maffle

Maffle vs Jaffle - What's the difference?

maffle | jaffle |


As a verb maffle

is to stammer.

As a noun jaffle is

(australian|south africa) a toasted sandwich, a toastie.

Maffle vs Haffle - What's the difference?

maffle | haffle |


As verbs the difference between maffle and haffle

is that maffle is to stammer while haffle is (uk|dialect) to stammer; to speak unintelligibly; to prevaricate.

Maffle vs Maffled - What's the difference?

maffle | maffled |


As verbs the difference between maffle and maffled

is that maffle is to stammer while maffled is (maffle).

Raffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

raffle | maffle |


As verbs the difference between raffle and maffle

is that raffle is to award something by means of a raffle or random drawing, often used with off while maffle is to stammer.

As a noun raffle

is a drawing, often held as a fundraiser, in which tickets or chances are sold to win a prize.

Gaffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

gaffle | maffle |


As verbs the difference between gaffle and maffle

is that gaffle is to seize while maffle is to stammer.

As a noun gaffle

is (obsolete) a lever used to bend a crossbow.

Maffle vs Faffle - What's the difference?

maffle | faffle |


As verbs the difference between maffle and faffle

is that maffle is to stammer while faffle is (uk|dialect) to stammer.

Muffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

muffle | maffle |


As verbs the difference between muffle and maffle

is that muffle is to wrap (a person, face etc) in fabric or another covering, for warmth or protection; often with up while maffle is to stammer.

As a noun muffle

is anything that mutes or deadens sound.

Maffler vs Maffle - What's the difference?

maffler | maffle |


As a noun maffler

is (obsolete) a stammerer.

As a verb maffle is

to stammer.

Kaffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

kaffle | maffle |


As a noun kaffle

is .

As a verb maffle is

to stammer.

Baffle vs Maffle - What's the difference?

baffle | maffle |


As verbs the difference between baffle and maffle

is that baffle is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight while maffle is to stammer.

As a noun baffle

is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether.

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