muffled

Laugh vs Muffled - What's the difference?

laugh | muffled |


As verbs the difference between laugh and muffled

is that laugh is (label) to show mirth, satisfaction, or derision, by peculiar movement of the muscles of the face, particularly of the mouth, causing a lighting up of the face and eyes, and usually accompanied by the emission of explosive or chuckling sounds from the chest and throat; to indulge in laughter while muffled is (muffle).

As a noun laugh

is an expression of mirth particular to the human species; the sound heard in laughing; laughter.

Muffled vs Dampened - What's the difference?

muffled | dampened |


As verbs the difference between muffled and dampened

is that muffled is (muffle) while dampened is (dampen).

Stifle vs Muffled - What's the difference?

stifle | muffled |


As a noun stifle

is boots.

As a verb muffled is

(muffle).

Muffled vs Constant - What's the difference?

muffled | constant |


As a verb muffled

is (muffle).

As a proper noun constant is

.

Strangled vs Muffled - What's the difference?

strangled | muffled |


As verbs the difference between strangled and muffled

is that strangled is (strangle) while muffled is (muffle).

Muttered vs Muffled - What's the difference?

muttered | muffled |


As verbs the difference between muttered and muffled

is that muttered is (mutter) while muffled is (muffle).

Drowned vs Muffled - What's the difference?

drowned | muffled |


As verbs the difference between drowned and muffled

is that drowned is (drown) while muffled is (muffle).

As an adjective drowned

is that has died by drowning.

Murmur vs Muffled - What's the difference?

murmur | muffled |


As verbs the difference between murmur and muffled

is that murmur is while muffled is (muffle).

As a noun murmur

is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

Muffled vs Deadened - What's the difference?

muffled | deadened | Related terms |

Muffled is a related term of deadened.


As verbs the difference between muffled and deadened

is that muffled is (muffle) while deadened is (deaden).

Muffled vs Subdued - What's the difference?

muffled | subdued | Related terms |

Muffled is a related term of subdued.


As verbs the difference between muffled and subdued

is that muffled is (muffle) while subdued is (subdue).

As an adjective subdued is

conquered; overpowered; crushed; submissive; mild.

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