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muffle

(mŭf′əl)
n.
The hairless snout of certain ruminants, such as moose.

muffle

(mŭf′ĕl)
To wrap or cover something in order to suppress sound or to clothe or protect the body.
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Sound mat muffling technology or “MT” uses a high loft fabric that weighs very little and compresses with a low amount of pressure.
Soon after, the Times followed suit, muffling its coverage of atrocities committed by the Salvadoran military.
AFRC lets listeners enjoy crystal clear sound by automatically correcting for the muffling of high frequencies that result from these imperfect speaker components.
You can tone it down a bit by muffling it with a gloved hand or pointing it downward while blowing.
Instead of muffling sound, via two large holes cut into one side and covered with burlap fabric, the contraption inadvertently amplifies and projects cries of agony.
You'd have two choices - continue being pulled over and cited, risking loss of your wallet and possibly your vehicle, or muffling your car.