muffled[ muhf-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF muffled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUFFLED
Her voice was muffled, and he knew then that she was crying.
He leaned far over and poked his finger into a muffled form.
On the steps, a carpet, thick and heavy, muffled his footfalls.
There was a muffled uproar, and the few women present surrounded the poor man.
My gentle rap upon the hollow panel was answered by a muffled sob.
From an inner room came the muffled click, click, click of a type-writer.
Every sound was muffled, every noise changed to something soft and musical.
He could not hear if there was any response; his ears were muffled now by the spread gag.
The men in the stern slipped into the sea first with muffled splashes.
Muffled, slow, grand and mournful, it went wailing and throbbing by.