startled

Trauma vs Startled - What's the difference?

trauma | startled |


As a noun trauma

is .

As an adjective startled is

frightened.

As a verb startled is

(startle).

Harrow vs Startled - What's the difference?

harrow | startled |


As verbs the difference between harrow and startled

is that harrow is to drag a harrow over; to break up with a harrow while startled is (startle).

As a noun harrow

is a device consisting of a heavy framework having several disks or teeth in a row, which is dragged across ploughed land to smooth or break up the soil, to remove weeds or cover seeds; a harrow plow.

As an interjection harrow

is (obsolete) a call for help, or of distress, alarm etc.

As an adjective startled is

frightened.

Startled vs Jolted - What's the difference?

startled | jolted |


As verbs the difference between startled and jolted

is that startled is (startle) while jolted is (jolt).

As an adjective startled

is frightened.

Startled vs Surprising - What's the difference?

startled | surprising |


As adjectives the difference between startled and surprising

is that startled is frightened while surprising is that is or are a surprise.

As verbs the difference between startled and surprising

is that startled is (startle) while surprising is .

As a noun surprising is

the action of the verb to surprise .

Startled vs Screech - What's the difference?

startled | screech |


As verbs the difference between startled and screech

is that startled is (startle) while screech is to make such a sound.

As an adjective startled

is frightened.

As a noun screech is

a high-pitched strident or piercing sound, such as that between a moving object and any surface.

Startled vs Staggered - What's the difference?

startled | staggered |


As adjectives the difference between startled and staggered

is that startled is frightened while staggered is astonished, taken aback.

As verbs the difference between startled and staggered

is that startled is past tense of startle while staggered is past tense of stagger.

Startled vs Overwhelmed - What's the difference?

startled | overwhelmed |


As verbs the difference between startled and overwhelmed

is that startled is (startle) while overwhelmed is (overwhelm).

As an adjective startled

is frightened.

Flinch vs Startled - What's the difference?

flinch | startled |


As verbs the difference between flinch and startled

is that flinch is to make a sudden, involuntary movement in response to a (usually negative) stimulus while startled is (startle).

As a noun flinch

is a reflexive jerking away.

As an adjective startled is

frightened.

Staggering vs Startled - What's the difference?

staggering | startled |


As verbs the difference between staggering and startled

is that staggering is while startled is (startle).

As adjectives the difference between staggering and startled

is that staggering is incredible, overwhelming, amazing while startled is frightened.

As a noun staggering

is the motion of one who staggers.

Startled vs Enthralled - What's the difference?

startled | enthralled |


As adjectives the difference between startled and enthralled

is that startled is frightened while enthralled is extremely happy or excited.

As verbs the difference between startled and enthralled

is that startled is (startle) while enthralled is (enthrall).

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