To wrap up, as in a blanket or shawl, for heat, security, or secrecy.
To cover or pad to be able to deaden the noise: muffled the drums.
To deaden (a sound): The sand muffled the hoofbeats.
to help make obscure or obscure: "His message ended up being so muffled by discovering and 'artiness'” ( Walter Blair).
To repress; stifle.
To summary in something that conceals or safeguards; to wrap, given that face and neck, in thick and disguising folds; hence, to conceal or cover the facial skin of; to envelop; to inclose; -- usually with up.
To prevent seeing, or hearing, or speaking, by wraps bound in regards to the head; to blindfold; to deafen.
To cover or match something which dulls or deadens the noise of.
A kiln or part of a kiln by which pottery is fired without having to be exposed to direct fire.
The fleshy, hairless snout of particular mammals, particularly ruminants.
something that mutes or deadens noise.
A warm bit of garments for the fingers.
A kiln or furnace, usually electric, with no direct flames (a muffle furnace)
The bare end regarding the nose between your nostrils; -- utilized esp. of ruminants.
Everything with which one more thing, as an oar or drum, is muffled; also, a boxing glove; a muff.
An earthenware compartment or oven, often formed like a half cylinder, used in furnaces to protect objects heated from direct activity of the fire, such as scorification of ores, cupellation of ore buttons, etc.
a little oven for baking and correcting the colors of coated or imprinted pottery, without exposing the pottery to the flames associated with furnace or kiln.
A pulley block containing a number of sheaves.
The tumid and naked an element of the top lip and nostrils of ruminants and rodents.
a kiln with an inner chamber for firing things at a low temperature
To speak indistinctly, or without clear articulation.
To infold or wrap up, particularly in some cloth or woven material, in order to hide from view or protect well from the elements; wrap-up or protect close, particularly the throat and face; envelop or inwrap in some covering.
Figuratively, to wrap-up or protect; conceal; involve.
To envelop almost entirely in something that deadens sound: made use of especially of bells, drums, and oars. See muffled.
To restrain from talking by overall the pinnacle; put to silence.