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  • 161thresh — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To free grain or seed from hulls] Syn. flail, tread, separate, winnow, sift, thrash, beat, garner; see also beat 2 . 2. [To chastise] Syn. trounce, whip, hit; see beat 2 , punish . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. beat,… …

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  • 162Impulse — I (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Impulse >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 impulse impulse impulsion impetus Sgm: N 1 momentum momentum Sgm: N 1 push push pulsion thrust shove jog jolt …

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  • 163Punishment — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Punishment >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 punishment punishment punition Sgm: N 1 chastisement chastisement chastening Sgm: N 1 correction correction castigation GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 discipline discipline …

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  • 164belabour — be|la|bour BrE belabor AmE [bıˈleıbə US ər] v [T] 1.) belabour the point formal to keep emphasizing a fact or idea in a way that is annoying 2.) old fashioned to hit someone or something hard …

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  • 165labor\ the\ point — See: belabor the point …

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  • 166belabored — adj. elaborated on excessively; attacked belabor (Amer.) be·la·bor || bɪ leɪbÉ™ v. criticize, ridicule; excessively elaborate on a topic; beat, hit (also belabour) …

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  • 167belabour — (Brit.) be·la·bour || bɪ leɪbÉ™ v. criticize, ridicule; excessively elaborate on a topic; beat, hit (also belabor) …

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  • 168belaboured — adj. elaborated on excessively; attacked belabour (Brit.) be·la·bour || bɪ leɪbÉ™ v. criticize, ridicule; excessively elaborate on a topic; beat, hit (also belabor) …

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  • 169belabouring — belabour (Brit.) be·la·bour || bɪ leɪbÉ™ v. criticize, ridicule; excessively elaborate on a topic; beat, hit (also belabor) …

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  • 170belabours — belabour (Brit.) be·la·bour || bɪ leɪbÉ™ v. criticize, ridicule; excessively elaborate on a topic; beat, hit (also belabor) …

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  • 171belabour — (US belabor) verb 1》 attack physically or verbally. 2》 argue or discuss in excessive detail …

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  • 172beat — I. v. a. 1. Strike, knock, hit, thump, bethump, belabor, drub, maul, pommel, baste, thrash, thwack, bang, whack, pound, punch, cudgel, cane, whip, buffet, lay blows upon. 2. Hammer, forge. 3. Pound, bruise, pulverize, comminute, bray, break in… …

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  • 173pelt — I. n. Skin (of a beast with the hair on it), hide, raw hide, undressed hide. II. v. a. 1. Strike (with something thrown), beat, batter, assail with missiles, belabor. 2. Throw, cast, hurl …

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  • 174pommel — I. n. [Written also Pummel.] Knob, ball, protuberant part. II. v. a. [Written also Pummel.] Beat, bruise, thrash, flog, bang, maul, thwack, thump, belabor, trounce …

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  • 175pummel — I. n. [Written also and preferably Pommel.] Knob, protuberant part, ball. II. v. a. [Written also and preferably Pommel.] Beat, strike, knock, hit, punch, whack, batter, belabor, bruise, thrash, flog, drub, bang, maul, thwack, thump, cudgel,… …

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  • 176thump — I. n. Blow, knock, stroke. II. v. a. Beat, knock, strike, belabor, thwack, punch, whack, batter …

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  • 177thwack — I. v. a. (Colloq.) Strike, beat, thump, belabor, whack, rap, bang, thrash. II. n. Blow, stroke, thump, pat, knock, rap …

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  • 178belabour — BrE, belabor AmE verb (T) 1 belabour the point to emphasize an idea or fact too strongly, especially by repeating it many times 2 to attack or criticize someone or something severely 3 old use to beat someone or something hard …

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  • 179club — I noun 1) a canoeing club Syn: society, association, organization, institution, group, circle, band, body, ring, crew; alliance, league, union 2) the city has great clubs Syn …

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  • 180emphasize — verb the profile emphasizes Orgento s dedication to feeding the hungry Syn: stress, underline, highlight, focus attention on, point up, lay stress on, draw attention to, spotlight, foreground, play up, make a point of; bring to the fore, insist… …

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