mutterer

Muttered vs Mutterer - What's the difference?

muttered | mutterer |


As a verb muttered

is (mutter).

As a noun mutterer is

one who mutters.

Musterer vs Mutterer - What's the difference?

musterer | mutterer |


As nouns the difference between musterer and mutterer

is that musterer is a person who musters (rounds up) livestock while mutterer is one who mutters.

Butterer vs Mutterer - What's the difference?

butterer | mutterer |


As nouns the difference between butterer and mutterer

is that butterer is agent noun of butter; one who butters while mutterer is one who mutters.

Utterer vs Mutterer - What's the difference?

utterer | mutterer |


As nouns the difference between utterer and mutterer

is that utterer is one who utters something while mutterer is one who mutters.

Mutterer vs Putterer - What's the difference?

mutterer | putterer |


As nouns the difference between mutterer and putterer

is that mutterer is one who mutters while putterer is a person who putters.

Mutter vs Mutterer - What's the difference?

mutter | mutterer |


As nouns the difference between mutter and mutterer

is that mutter is a repressed or obscure utterance; an instance of muttering while mutterer is one who mutters.

As a verb mutter

is to utter words, especially complaints or angry expressions, indistinctly or with a low voice and lips partly closed; to say under one's breath.