|one who forcefully pulls; one who forcefully snatches; one who bends, one who twists; one who distorts, one who perverts||wrester|
|(Slang) loud noise (from impact), forceful blow, hit something with loud noise, sound of forceful blow, strike, hit powerfully; slam; make a slamming noise, suddenly and forcefully, used to indicate the sound of blow||wham|
|abruptly switch to something, act of jumping, lunge, spring; distance jumped; sudden change, abrupt transition, arching jump, distance of jump, go up substantially, jump forcefully, jump something, hop, spring into the air; move suddenly, act quickly, ...||leap|
|act of blowing, rushing, act of flowing forcefully||gusting|
|act of forcefully assaulting, act of attacking with sudden force||storming|
|act of forcefully attempting to vomit (usually unsuccessfully), retching but not vomiting||vomiturition|
|act of forcefully taking possession of an area, seizure; conquest; possession or settlement of land, act of occupying, activity, invasion, job, profession, vocation; employment; business; work, time of occupying||occupation|
|act of pulling something along, act of towing, act of dragging or pulling with a rope or chain, fibers, pull something, something that pulls, state of being pulled along||tow|
|act of shaking forcefully; act of shaking in order to ascertain the presence of a fluid in the thorax or in another body cavity (Medicine)||succussion|
|act of tugging, instance of dragging or pulling; struggle; device for tugging or pulling; tugboat, chain or strap for hauling, make laborious effort, pull at or move something, tow, strong pull, struggle or contest, tow ship, vehicle that pulls another||tug|
|act of using a broom, extensive, general, having a wide range; moving over or through a large area; moving rapidly and forcefully, on a large scale, overwhelming, removal of dust and dirt with a broom, too general, with broad extent||sweeping|
|action of hitting, effect, force of collision, have an effect on something, influence, effect; colliding of two bodies; touch, press against; collide, crash; affect strongly, influence; pack in, squeeze in, press together forcefully, strike something||impact|
|add slats to, airfoil on an aircraft wing, equip with slats, make with slats; hurl forcefully, dash (rare); beat, strike, slap (rare), spline, thin strip, thin strip of wood or metal; blow, stroke (rare)||slat|
|addictive and dangerous to health, compactly, containing mineral salts, demanding and strict, difficult or awkward, difficult to understand, energetically, erect, firm or crisp in texture, forcefully, high in alcohol, in cash, intensely, involving effo...||hard|
|address somebody loudly and forcefully, forceful criticism or persuasion, make a passionate or pompous speech; lecture, scold, scolding||harangue|
|aircraft, black mineral, flow forcefully in thin stream, hole through which fluid is forced, jet black, jet engine, pressurized stream of fluid, stream of liquid or gas forced out of an opening; spout; jet plane, aircraft powered by jet propulsion; bla...||jet|
|apply as a penalty, apply carelessly, blow made with an open hand, smack, whack; noise like that of a slap, crack; insult, sharp criticism; guitar technique, blow made with the open hand, directly, sharply, exactly, forcefully, hit with the open hand, ...||slap|
|archery target, croquet ball, machine twisting fibers for spinning, pirate, vehicle for exploring a planet, wanderer, roamer, one who meanders; machine that stretches and twists fibers to prepare them for spinning; operator of a roving machine||rover|
|articulate, having a fluent manner of speaking; expressive, expressing emotion clearly, speaking or spoken beautifully and forcefully||eloquent|
|articulately, fluently, forcefully; expressively||eloquently|
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