murmur

Murmur vs Stammer - What's the difference?

murmur | stammer |


As verbs the difference between murmur and stammer

is that murmur is while stammer is .

As a noun murmur

is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

Splash vs Murmur - What's the difference?

splash | murmur | Related terms |

Splash is a related term of murmur.


As nouns the difference between splash and murmur

is that splash is (onomatopoeia) the sound made by an object hitting a liquid while murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

As verbs the difference between splash and murmur

is that splash is to hit or agitate liquid so that part of it separates from the principal liquid mass while murmur is .

Hum vs Murmur - What's the difference?

hum | murmur |


As nouns the difference between hum and murmur

is that hum is twilight, dusk while murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

As a verb murmur is

.

Quiet vs Murmur - What's the difference?

quiet | murmur |


As verbs the difference between quiet and murmur

is that quiet is to become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm while murmur is .

As nouns the difference between quiet and murmur

is that quiet is the absence of sound; quietness while murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

As an adjective quiet

is with little or no sound; free from of disturbing noise.

Murmur vs Bellow - What's the difference?

murmur | bellow | Related terms |

Murmur is a related term of bellow.


As nouns the difference between murmur and bellow

is that murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech while bellow is the deep roar of a large animal, or any similar loud noise.

As verbs the difference between murmur and bellow

is that murmur is while bellow is to make a loud, deep, hollow noise like the roar of an angry bull.

Regret vs Murmur - What's the difference?

regret | murmur | Related terms |

Regret is a related term of murmur.


As verbs the difference between regret and murmur

is that regret is to feel sorry about (a thing that has or has not happened), afterthink: to wish that a thing had not happened, that something else had happened instead while murmur is .

As nouns the difference between regret and murmur

is that regret is emotional pain on account of something done or experienced in the past, with a wish that it had been different; a looking back with dissatisfaction or with longing while murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

Talk vs Murmur - What's the difference?

talk | murmur |


As nouns the difference between talk and murmur

is that talk is talc while murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

As a verb murmur is

.

Murmur vs Burble - What's the difference?

murmur | burble | Related terms |

Murmur is a related term of burble.


As nouns the difference between murmur and burble

is that murmur is (countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech while burble is a bubbling, gurgling sound, as of a creek.

As verbs the difference between murmur and burble

is that murmur is while burble is to bubble; to gurgle.

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.

Deplore vs Murmur - What's the difference?

deplore | murmur | Related terms |

Deplore is a related term of murmur.


As verbs the difference between deplore and murmur

is that deplore is while murmur is .

As a noun murmur is

(countable) low or indistinct sounds or speech.

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