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  • 121lay on — Synonyms and related words: administer, apply, apply to, attack, baste, bastinado, beat, bedaub, belabor, belt, besmear, bestow, birch, blanket, block, buffet, burden with, butter, cane, canopy, charge, cloak, clothe, cloud, club, coat, cope,… …

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  • 122Broomstick (horse) — Thoroughbred racehorse infobox horsename = Broomstick caption = sire = Ben Brush grandsire = Bramble dam = Elf damsire = Galliard sex = Stallion foaled = 1901 country = USA flagicon|USA colour = Bay breeder = Col. Milton Young (McGrathiana Stud)… …

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  • 123bludgeon — 1. noun /blʌdʒ.ən/ A short, heavy club, often of wood, which is thicker or loaded at one end. We smashed the radio with a steel bludgeon. 2. verb /blʌdʒ.ən/ a) To strike or hit with something har …

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  • 124switch — Synonyms and related words: about face, accommodation, action, adaptation, adjustment, agency, alchemy, alteration, alternate, amelioration, anagnorisis, angle, apostacize, apostasy, apostatize, appendage, architectonics, architecture, argument,… …

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  • 125bhāt- : bhǝt- —     bhāt : bhǝt     English meaning: to hit     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schlagen, stoßen”     Material: Lat. fatuus “ foolish, idiotic, silly, awful, tasteless from taste “ (*from beaten the head, dull); Gaul. Lw. Lat. battuō, ere, more recently… …

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  • 126club — [klub] n. [ME clubbe < ON klubba, cudgel < IE * geleb(h) < base * gel , form a ball > CLIMB, CALF1] 1. a) a heavy stick, usually thinner at one end, used as a weapon b) anything used to threaten or coerce 2 …

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  • 127Swaddle — Swad dle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Swaddled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Swaddling}.] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; used esp. of infants; as, to swaddle a baby. [1913 Webster] They swaddled me up in my nightgown …

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  • 128Swaddled — Swaddle Swad dle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Swaddled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Swaddling}.] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; used esp. of infants; as, to swaddle a baby. [1913 Webster] They swaddled me up in my… …

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  • 129Swaddling — Swaddle Swad dle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Swaddled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Swaddling}.] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; used esp. of infants; as, to swaddle a baby. [1913 Webster] They swaddled me up in my… …

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  • 130Milkmaid (horse) — Milkmaid Milkmaid, 1919 Kenner Stakes Sire Peep o Day Grandsire Ayrshire Dam …

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  • 131Thought — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Thought >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 thought thought Sgm: N 1 exercitation of the intellect exercitation of the intellect exercise of the intellect Sgm: N 1 intellection intellection Sgm: N 1 reflection reflection… …

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  • 132strike — v 1. hit, smite, thwack, slap, smack, Australian. ding; cuff, buffet, knock, punch, box, sandbag, Scot. dunt, Scot, and North. Eng. paik, Inf. clout, Inf. slug, Inf. whack, Inf. knock [s.o. s] block off, Inf. wallop, Inf. crown, Sl. conk, Dial.… …

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  • 133stick — I noun 1) a fire made of sticks Syn: branch, twig 2) he walks with a stick Syn: walking stick, cane, staff, crutch 3) the plants need supporting on sticks Syn …

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  • 134a|noint´ment — a|noint «uh NOYNT», transitive verb. 1. to put oil on; cover or rub with ointment; smear: »Anoint sunburned skin with cold cream. 2. to put oil on (a person) in a ceremony as a sign of consecration to office: »The bishop anointed the new king. 3 …

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  • 135a|noint´er — a|noint «uh NOYNT», transitive verb. 1. to put oil on; cover or rub with ointment; smear: »Anoint sunburned skin with cold cream. 2. to put oil on (a person) in a ceremony as a sign of consecration to office: »The bishop anointed the new king. 3 …

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  • 136a|noint — «uh NOYNT», transitive verb. 1. to put oil on; cover or rub with ointment; smear: »Anoint sunburned skin with cold cream. 2. to put oil on (a person) in a ceremony as a sign of consecration to office: »The bishop anointed the new king. 3. to rub… …

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  • 137club — index beat (strike), cudgel, league, organization (association), party (political organization), society, so …

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  • 138strike — Synonyms and related words: abbreviate, abridge, administer, adopt, advance against, advance upon, affect, afflict, aggravated assault, aggression, agree on, aim, ambush, amphibious attack, arise, armed assault, arrest, arrest the thoughts,… …

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  • 139club — {{11}}club (n.) c.1200, thick stick used as a weapon, from O.N. klubba cudgel, from P.Gmc. *klumbon, related to CLUMP (Cf. clump). O.E. words for this were sagol, cycgel. Specific sense of bat used in games is from mid 15c. The social club… …

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  • 140bang — I. v. a. 1. Beat, thump, pound, strike, knock, maul, pommel, thrash, cudgel, thwack, handle roughly, deal roughly with. 2. Slam, shut with a bang. II. v. n. Ring, rattle, resound, re echo, clatter. III. n. 1. Clang, clangor, whang. 2. Blow, thump …

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