muddly

Puddly vs Muddly - What's the difference?

puddly | muddly |


As adjectives the difference between puddly and muddly

is that puddly is consisting of, or resembling, puddles; muddy; foul while muddly is muddled; confused; unclear.

Muddle vs Muddly - What's the difference?

muddle | muddly |


As a verb muddle

is to mix together, to mix up; to confuse.

As a noun muddle

is a mixture; a confusion; a garble.

As an adjective muddly is

muddled; confused; unclear.

Muddly vs Muddy - What's the difference?

muddly | muddy |


As adjectives the difference between muddly and muddy

is that muddly is muddled; confused; unclear while muddy is covered with or full of mud or wet soil.

As a verb muddy is

to get mud on (something).

Cuddly vs Muddly - What's the difference?

cuddly | muddly |


As adjectives the difference between cuddly and muddly

is that cuddly is suitable for cuddling, designed to be cuddled while muddly is muddled; confused; unclear.

Muddily vs Muddly - What's the difference?

muddily | muddly |


As an adverb muddily

is in a muddy manner.

As an adjective muddly is

muddled; confused; unclear.