smelling

Smelling vs Sniffing - What's the difference?

smelling | sniffing |


As verbs the difference between smelling and sniffing

is that smelling is while sniffing is .

As nouns the difference between smelling and sniffing

is that smelling is the act by which something is smelled while sniffing is a sniff sound or action.

Smelling - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Smelling - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | smelling |


As a verb smelling is

.

As a noun smelling is

the act by which something is smelled.

Odor vs Smelling - What's the difference?

odor | smelling |


As nouns the difference between odor and smelling

is that odor is any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume while smelling is the act by which something is smelled.

As a verb smelling is

.

Bitter vs Smelling - What's the difference?

bitter | smelling |


As nouns the difference between bitter and smelling

is that bitter is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic while smelling is the act by which something is smelled.

As verbs the difference between bitter and smelling

is that bitter is to make bitter while smelling is .

As an adjective bitter

is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

Caustic vs Smelling - What's the difference?

caustic | smelling |


As an adjective caustic

is caustic.

As a verb smelling is

.

As a noun smelling is

the act by which something is smelled.

Harsh vs Smelling - What's the difference?

harsh | smelling |


As verbs the difference between harsh and smelling

is that harsh is (slang) to negatively criticize while smelling is .

As an adjective harsh

is unpleasantly rough to the touch or other senses.

As a noun smelling is

the act by which something is smelled.

Acrid vs Smelling - What's the difference?

acrid | smelling |


As an adjective acrid

is sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent.

As a verb smelling is

.

As a noun smelling is

the act by which something is smelled.

Burning vs Smelling - What's the difference?

burning | smelling |


As verbs the difference between burning and smelling

is that burning is while smelling is .

As nouns the difference between burning and smelling

is that burning is the act by which something burns or is burned while smelling is the act by which something is smelled.

As an adjective burning

is so hot as to seem to burn (something).

Smelling vs Malodorous - What's the difference?

smelling | malodorous |


As a verb smelling

is .

As a noun smelling

is the act by which something is smelled.

As an adjective malodorous is

having a bad odor.

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