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waffled

Wuffled vs Waffled - What's the difference?

wuffled | waffled |


As verbs the difference between wuffled and waffled

is that wuffled is (wuffle) while waffled is (waffle).

As an adjective waffled is

having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Haffled vs Waffled - What's the difference?

haffled | waffled |


As verbs the difference between haffled and waffled

is that haffled is (haffle) while waffled is (waffle).

As an adjective waffled is

having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Waffled vs Faffled - What's the difference?

waffled | faffled |


As verbs the difference between waffled and faffled

is that waffled is (waffle) while faffled is (faffle).

As an adjective waffled

is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Waffled vs Caffled - What's the difference?

waffled | caffled |


As adjectives the difference between waffled and caffled

is that waffled is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases while caffled is (pembrokeshire dialect) tangled.

As a verb waffled

is (waffle).

Gaffled vs Waffled - What's the difference?

gaffled | waffled |


As verbs the difference between gaffled and waffled

is that gaffled is (gaffle) while waffled is (waffle).

As an adjective waffled is

having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Waffled vs Raffled - What's the difference?

waffled | raffled |


As verbs the difference between waffled and raffled

is that waffled is past tense of waffle while raffled is past tense of raffle.

As an adjective waffled

is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Waffled vs Waffler - What's the difference?

waffled | waffler |


As an adjective waffled

is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

As a verb waffled

is (waffle).

As a noun waffler is

one who waffles, or changes sides or positions frequently.

Waffled vs Waffles - What's the difference?

waffled | waffles |


As an adjective waffled

is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

As a verb waffled

is past tense of waffle.

As a noun waffles is

plural of lang=en.

Maffled vs Waffled - What's the difference?

maffled | waffled |


As verbs the difference between maffled and waffled

is that maffled is (maffle) while waffled is (waffle).

As an adjective waffled is

having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

Baffled vs Waffled - What's the difference?

baffled | waffled |


As adjectives the difference between baffled and waffled

is that baffled is thoroughly confused, puzzled while waffled is having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.

As a verb waffled is

(waffle).

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