|pointed, having pointed ends, with cusp||cuspidate|
|(British) flat hairclip with ends that clasp together, bobby pin||hairgrip|
|(Grammar) grammatical unit usually comprised of a subject and verb (generally begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark); judgment specifying the punishment for a crime (Law), allocate somebody punishment, impose a punishment, penal...||sentence|
|1960s dance, bend, bread or roll, cigar or tobacco, coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape, constantly change direction, distort meaning,...||twist|
|3-pointed, of a tricuspid valve or tooth, part with three cusps, tricuspidal, tricuspidate, twilled fabric//tricuspid||tricotine|
|a poke, incite somebody to action, incitement to action, poke somebody or something, thrust, jab; rod, staff, long pointed instrument, poking instrument, spur, urge, goad; poke, push, thrust; stimulate, incite; energize, rouse||prod|
|abdominal pain, bar with bent ends, be affected with cramp, confine, impede, restrain; constrict; fasten with a clamp, confined place, cramp iron, device for holding things together, hamper, hold together, muscle contraction; clamp, bar which holds obj...||cramp|
|act as leader of event, driving force in event, head, be at the front, leading forces in military attack, pointed head of spear, sharp pointed end of a spear; leader of an attacking force; driving force||spearhead|
|act of drawing, act of drawing; attraction; lottery; contest which ends in a tie (Sports); natural channel, gully, allow a current of air through, approach, arrive at a conclusion or inference, attract people, attract; pull; pull out; sketch, depict wi...||draw|
|act of jabbing or poking with a pointed object; act of adhering; act of causing to adhere||sticking|
|act of joining by splicing; place where two parts have been joined by splicing, connection, interweave strands of two ropes, join by connecting the ends; join by overlapping and binding (of wood); unite, join together; marry, join in marriage, join end...||splice|
|act of stabbing somebody, act of stabbing; thrust, blow; attempt, try; sudden intense feeling (usually painful), hurt like a knife wound, jab finger or object at, pierce or wound with a pointed weapon or other object; make a stabbing movement, severe c...||stab|
|act of striking with beak or pointed tool||pecking|
|act of swallowing; gulp, drink, mouthful (of food, liquid, etc.); any of a number of migratory birds having long pointed wings and a forked tail, act of taking something down throat, amount passed down throat, believe something, destroy something, endu...||swallow|
|acupuncture tool, conifer leaf, engraving tool, knitting tool, obelisk, pointed crystal, pointed part, pointer, provocation, provoke, sew, stitch; prick; be sarcastic; tease, sewing tool, slender pointed tools (usually of metal, often with a hole a one...||needle|
|acute, acute accent, grave, serious, severe; keen, sharp, sensitive; penetrating, shrewd; less than 90 degrees (Geometry); pointed, mark above letter, perceptive, severe and of short duration, very great or bad, with angles less than 90 degrees||acute|
|add pinnacle to something, furnish with towers, construct turrets, highest point, mountain peak, pointed ornament, put something on pinnacle, tower; precipice, cliff; acme, highest point; summit||pinnacle|
|aimed, pointed, guided||directed|
|all keeping silent for own ends||conspiracy of silence|
|amount of difference, branching off, deviation; monitor problem in which the primary colors spread around each pixel (Computers); condition in which the eyes are pointed outward (Ophthalmology), deviation of eye from sight line, difference or disparity...||divergence|
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