smudged

Stained vs Smudged - What's the difference?

stained | smudged |


As adjectives the difference between stained and smudged

is that stained is having a stain while smudged is blurred as by being rubbed.

As verbs the difference between stained and smudged

is that stained is (stain) while smudged is (smudge).

Smudged vs Dirty - What's the difference?

smudged | dirty |


As adjectives the difference between smudged and dirty

is that smudged is blurred as by being rubbed while dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As verbs the difference between smudged and dirty

is that smudged is (smudge) while dirty is to make (something) dirty.

As an adverb dirty is

in a dirty manner.

Grimy vs Smudged - What's the difference?

grimy | smudged |


As adjectives the difference between grimy and smudged

is that grimy is stained, or covered with grime while smudged is blurred as by being rubbed.

As a verb smudged is

(smudge).

Blemished vs Smudged - What's the difference?

blemished | smudged |


As verbs the difference between blemished and smudged

is that blemished is (blemish) while smudged is (smudge).

As adjectives the difference between blemished and smudged

is that blemished is having blemishes; flawed while smudged is blurred as by being rubbed.

Mucky vs Smudged - What's the difference?

mucky | smudged |


As adjectives the difference between mucky and smudged

is that mucky is (colloquial) covered in muck while smudged is blurred as by being rubbed.

As a verb smudged is

(smudge).

Smudge vs Smudged - What's the difference?

smudge | smudged |


As verbs the difference between smudge and smudged

is that smudge is to obscure by blurring; to smear while smudged is (smudge).

As a noun smudge

is a blemish; a smear.

As an adjective smudged is

blurred as by being rubbed.

Snudged vs Smudged - What's the difference?

snudged | smudged |


As verbs the difference between snudged and smudged

is that snudged is (snudge) while smudged is (smudge).

As an adjective smudged is

blurred as by being rubbed.

Smudger vs Smudged - What's the difference?

smudger | smudged |


As a noun smudger

is one who, or that which, smudges.

As an adjective smudged is

blurred as by being rubbed.

As a verb smudged is

(smudge).

Sludged vs Smudged - What's the difference?

sludged | smudged |


As verbs the difference between sludged and smudged

is that sludged is (sludge) while smudged is (smudge).

As an adjective smudged is

blurred as by being rubbed.

Smudges vs Smudged - What's the difference?

smudges | smudged |


As a noun smudges

is .

As an adjective smudged is

blurred as by being rubbed.

As a verb smudged is

(smudge).

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