smudgy

Smoke vs Smudgy - What's the difference?

smoke | smudgy |


As adjectives the difference between smoke and smudgy

is that smoke is of the colour known as smoke while smudgy is blurred, sort of smudged.

As a noun smoke

is (uncountable) the visible vapor/vapour, gases, and fine particles given off by burning or smoldering material.

As a verb smoke

is to inhale and exhale the smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc.

Smudged vs Smudgy - What's the difference?

smudged | smudgy |


As adjectives the difference between smudged and smudgy

is that smudged is blurred as by being rubbed while smudgy is blurred, sort of smudged.

As a verb smudged

is (smudge).

Smudgy vs Smudge - What's the difference?

smudgy | smudge | Related terms |

Smudgy is a related term of smudge.


As a adjective smudgy

is blurred, sort of smudged.

As a noun smudge is

a blemish; a smear.

As a verb smudge is

to obscure by blurring; to smear.

Pages