mouthful

Mouthful vs Gulp - What's the difference?

mouthful | gulp |


As nouns the difference between mouthful and gulp

is that mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth while gulp is the usual amount swallowed.

As a verb gulp is

to swallow eagerly, or in large draughts; to swallow up; to take down at one swallow.

As an interjection gulp is

indication of an involuntary fear reaction.

Bit vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

bit | mouthful |


As a verb bit

is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

As a noun mouthful is

the amount that will fit in a mouth.

Morsel vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

morsel | mouthful |


As nouns the difference between morsel and mouthful

is that morsel is a small fragment or share of something, commonly applied to food while mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth.

Mouthful - What does it mean?

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Youthful vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

youthful | mouthful |


As an adjective youthful

is young or seeming young.

As a noun mouthful is

the amount that will fit in a mouth.

Mouthfull vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

mouthfull | mouthful |


As nouns the difference between mouthfull and mouthful

is that mouthfull is while mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth.

Mouthsful vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

mouthsful | mouthful |


As nouns the difference between mouthsful and mouthful

is that mouthsful is while mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth.

Mouthful vs Gobful - What's the difference?

mouthful | gobful |


As nouns the difference between mouthful and gobful

is that mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth while gobful is (chiefly|uk|ireland|slang) a mouthful.

Mouthful vs Nibble - What's the difference?

mouthful | nibble |


As nouns the difference between mouthful and nibble

is that mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth while nibble is a small, quick bite taken with the front teeth or nibble can be (computing) a unit of memory equal to half a byte, or four bitshttp://foldocorg/nibble.

As a verb nibble is

to eat with small, quick bites.

Tirade vs Mouthful - What's the difference?

tirade | mouthful |


As nouns the difference between tirade and mouthful

is that tirade is a long, angry or violent speech; a diatribe while mouthful is the amount that will fit in a mouth.

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