|stylized competitive fighting with sticks||stick-fighting|
|(Architecture) flat block which sticks out from under the corona of the Doric cornice, block in cornice||mutule|
|(British) kindling, small sticks of wood or other flammable materials that are used for starting fires||firelighter|
|(from Krav Maga) the official self defense and fighting system of the Israeli Defense Forces||maga|
|(Slang) cat, feline, bossy, domineering, controlling; aggressive, extremely self-assertive, unpleasantly competitive or forceful||pushy|
|(Slang) homosexual (derogatory); bunch, pile, package; bundle of sticks, bundle of pieces of metal, bundle of sticks for firewood, collect something and tie into bundle, faggot, stitch with fagoting||fagot|
|(Slang) homosexual (derogatory); bunch, pile, package; bundle of sticks, fagot||faggot|
|20th century art movement stressing the expression of subjective experience rather than a literal representation of reality, art movement concentrating on expressing emotion, literary movement presenting stylized reality||expressionism|
|a trademark for a colored fruit-flavored ice on one or two sticks||Popsicle|
|act of fighting with blows (as in boxing practice); quarreling||sparring|
|act of grinding or crushing; manufacturing of a product in a mill; wandering about in a group of people; fighting (Slang), ridged coin edge||milling|
|act of protruding, quality of bulging or protruding; projection, act of causing to bulge outward; protuberance, something that sticks out, something that protrudes||protrusion|
|action of struggling with somebody, sport with two contestants fighting, grappling, contending; sport in which two contestants struggle and try to pin one another to the floor||wrestling|
|actions demonstrating agility and skill, competitive sport using gymnastic equipment, exercise using gymnastic equipment, exercises which develop muscular strength and agility; competitive sport in which gymnastic exercises are performed, physical exer...||gymnastics|
|activity resembling game, animals for hunting, animals killed in a hunt; meat from wild animals (used as food), aspect of game, brave, competition, competitive activity with rules, equipment, event with many sporting contests, fun activity; amusement, ...||game|
|activity, something that is being done; energetic or vigorous activity; movement, motion; effect; lawsuit; combat, doing something toward goal, events, exciting or profitable activity, fighting during war, force, function or influence, legal proceeding...||action|
|acts of hostility, fighting, warfare||hostilities|
|affectionate and trusting, easy to use, game not forming part of competition, helpful, in a friendly manner, kindly, welcoming, cordial, amicable, like a friend, not fiercely competitive, on the same side, pleasant and welcoming, somebody who behaves l...||friendly|
|aggressive and competitive, using bare hands, without boxing gloves||bareknuckle; bareknuckled|
|aggressive, combative, belligerent; engaged in warfare, involved in fighting, one who has aggressive or combative tendencies; one who is engaged in warfare, somebody aggressively supporting cause||militant|
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