raspy

Raspy vs Coarse - What's the difference?

raspy | coarse |


As adjectives the difference between raspy and coarse

is that raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality while coarse is composed of large parts or particles; of inferior quality or appearance; not fine in material or close in texture.

Raspy vs Course - What's the difference?

raspy | course |


As an adjective raspy

is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.

As a verb course is

.

Wheezing vs Raspy - What's the difference?

wheezing | raspy |


As a noun wheezing

is the quality or symptom of breathing with an audible wheeze.

As a verb wheezing

is .

As an adjective raspy is

(of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.

Raspy vs Guttural - What's the difference?

raspy | guttural | Related terms |

Raspy is a related term of guttural.


As adjectives the difference between raspy and guttural

is that raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality while guttural is sounding harsh and throaty.

As a noun guttural is

a harsh and throaty spoken sound.

Crisp vs Raspy - What's the difference?

crisp | raspy |


As adjectives the difference between crisp and raspy

is that crisp is (of something seen or heard) sharp, clearly defined while raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.

As a noun crisp

is (british) a thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack.

As a verb crisp

is to make crisp.

Raspy - What does it mean?

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Raspy vs Gruff - What's the difference?

raspy | gruff | Related terms |

Raspy is a related term of gruff.


As adjectives the difference between raspy and gruff

is that raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality while gruff is having a rough, surly, and harsh demeanor and nature.

As a verb gruff is

to speak gruffly.

Raspy vs Spy - What's the difference?

raspy | spy |


As an adjective raspy

is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.

As a noun spy is

a person who secretly watches and examines the actions of other individuals or organizations and gathers information on them (usually to gain an advantage).

As a verb spy is

to act as a spy.

Raspy vs Throaty - What's the difference?

raspy | throaty | Related terms |

Raspy is a related term of throaty.


As adjectives the difference between raspy and throaty

is that raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality while throaty is (of a sound) produced in the throat; especially such a sound which is rough or coarse.

Strident vs Raspy - What's the difference?

strident | raspy |


As adjectives the difference between strident and raspy

is that strident is loud; shrill, piercing, high-pitched; rough-sounding while raspy is (of sound) rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.

As a noun strident

is (linguistics) one of a class of s-like fricatives produced by an airstream directed at the upper teeth.

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