As verbs the difference between mousse and mousle
is that mousse
is while mousle
is (obsolete|transitive) to sport with roughly; to rumple.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
An airy pudding served chilled, particularly chocolate mousse .
A savory dish, of meat or seafood, containing gelatin.
A styling cream used for hair.
- He slicked his hair back with mousse , but the cowlick still stuck up.
To apply mousse (styling cream).
- He moussed his hair in the morning and then washed it out at night.
(obsolete) To sport with roughly; to rumple.