phlegm

Phlegm vs Calm - What's the difference?

phlegm | calm |


As nouns the difference between phlegm and calm

is that phlegm is (historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus while calm is (in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

As an adjective calm is

(of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.

As a verb calm is

to make calm.

Phlegm vs Saliva - What's the difference?

phlegm | saliva |


As nouns the difference between phlegm and saliva

is that phlegm is (historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus while saliva is (physiology) a clear, slightly alkaline liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands, consisting of water, mucin, protein, and enzymes it moistens the mouth, lubricates ingested food, and begins the breakdown of starches.

Phlegm vs Cough - What's the difference?

phlegm | cough |


As nouns the difference between phlegm and cough

is that phlegm is (historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus while cough is a sudden, usually noisy expulsion of air from the lungs, often involuntary.

As a verb cough is

to push air from the lungs in a quick, noisy explosion.

Snot vs Phlegm - What's the difference?

snot | phlegm |


As a verb snot

is (snyta).

As a noun phlegm is

(historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus.

Phlegm vs Empyema - What's the difference?

phlegm | empyema |


As nouns the difference between phlegm and empyema

is that phlegm is (historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus while empyema is (medicine) a collection of pus within a naturally existing anatomical cavity (as opposed to an abscess, which occurs in a newly formed cavity).

Phlegm vs Phelgm - What's the difference?

phlegm | phelgm |

Wikidiffcom vs Phlegm - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | phlegm |


As a noun phlegm is

(historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus.

Pus vs Phlegm - What's the difference?

pus | phlegm |


As an initialism pus

is permanent under secretary (uk).

As a noun phlegm is

(historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus.

Phlegm vs Mucusampflash - What's the difference?

phlegm | mucusampflash |

Phlegm vs Phleam - What's the difference?

phlegm | phleam |


As nouns the difference between phlegm and phleam

is that phlegm is (historical) one of the four humors making up the body in ancient and mediaeval medicine; said to be cold and moist, and often identified with mucus while phleam is .

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