stuffy

Stuffy vs Hermetic - What's the difference?

stuffy | hermetic |


As adjectives the difference between stuffy and hermetic

is that stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged while hermetic is (chiefly with capital initial) pertaining to (hermes trismegistus) or the writings attributed to him.

As nouns the difference between stuffy and hermetic

is that stuffy is (us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy while hermetic is (in plural) hermetic philosophy or practice.

Airless vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

airless | stuffy |


As adjectives the difference between airless and stuffy

is that airless is lacking or being without air while stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a noun stuffy is

(us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Lonely vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

lonely | stuffy |


As adjectives the difference between lonely and stuffy

is that lonely is unhappy because of feelings of loneliness while stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a noun stuffy is

(us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Cramped vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

cramped | stuffy |


As adjectives the difference between cramped and stuffy

is that cramped is uncomfortably restricted in size, or financially while stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a verb cramped

is (cramp).

As a noun stuffy is

(us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Prissy vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

prissy | stuffy |


As a proper noun prissy

is a diminutive of the female given name priscilla.

As an adjective stuffy is

poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a noun stuffy is

(us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Damp vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

damp | stuffy | Related terms |

Damp is a related term of stuffy.


As nouns the difference between damp and stuffy

is that damp is steam while stuffy is (us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

As an adjective stuffy is

poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

Stuffy vs Humid - What's the difference?

stuffy | humid | Related terms |

Stuffy is a related term of humid.


As adjectives the difference between stuffy and humid

is that stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged while humid is containing sensible moisture (usually describing air or atmosphere); damp; moist; somewhat wet or watery; as, humid earth; consisting of water or vapor.

As a noun stuffy

is (us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Wikidiffcom vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | stuffy |


As an adjective stuffy is

poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a noun stuffy is

(us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

Stuffy vs Misty - What's the difference?

stuffy | misty | Related terms |

Stuffy is a related term of misty.


As an adjective stuffy

is poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a noun stuffy

is (us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

As a proper noun misty is

from the adjective "misty", reasonably popular in the 1970s and the 1980s.

Steaming vs Stuffy - What's the difference?

steaming | stuffy | Related terms |

Steaming is a related term of stuffy.


As nouns the difference between steaming and stuffy

is that steaming is the action of steam on something while stuffy is (us|canada|colloquial|often|childish) a stuffed animal or other plush toy.

As adjectives the difference between steaming and stuffy

is that steaming is giving off steam while stuffy is poorly ventilated; partially plugged.

As a verb steaming

is .

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