(Possible, answer: A room with thick walls because it would muffle
sound better than a room with thin malls.)
For example, the children held plastic wrap over their eyes to simulate decreased visual acuity; they stuffed their ears with cotton to muffle
This initiative can only be seen as another effort to muffle
the prophetic voice of the African-American church.
Make a test core from each resin system and place them in a 900F (482C) muffle
furnace for 10 min.
Progressives are concerned about the separation of churches from a state that may play religious favorites; left-leaning churchmen are worried that Washington will muffle
their calls for social justice; libertarians predict that charity's voluntary essence will be undermined by federal pottage.
A royally cubited arc falls like a stairwell from clouds and I could puncture the plugged muffle
of voices across the aisle by chanting a Hildegarde revival, if I wanted to.
This required a partial vacuum to work, as otherwise air resistance would muffle
But no, there is no evidence that drying the small yellow flowers will muffle
THE developer of a proposed housing estate has offered to muffle
music from a nearby social club with extra strong double glazing.
Too bad he didn't have free hands to muffle
his ears--or plug his nose: "These roaches are very flatulant," says Pearson.