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Another word for jar

a-z
Verb
  1. To fail to be in accord

    See also:

    agree

Noun
  1. Violent forcible contact between two or more things

      1. A swelling or lump, esp. one caused by a blow
      2. (Slang) A shot of hard liquor, sometimes accompanied by a beer chaser.
      3. (Sports) A pass in volleyball made by redirecting the ball with the inside of the forearms, especially when extended and held together.
      1. A clash or conflict of opinions, interests, etc.
      2. A condition of opposition or conflict between two or more people or things:
      3. The act of colliding, or coming together with sudden, violent force
      1. An injury to an organ, especially the brain, produced by a violent blow and followed by a temporary or prolonged loss of function.
      2. (Med.) A condition of impaired functioning of some organ, esp. the brain, as a result of a violent blow or impact
      3. A violent shaking; agitation; shock, as from impact
      1. Starched reinforced fabric used to strengthen a book binding or the spine of a bound book.
      2. A sudden failure of a program or operating system, usually without serious consequences.
      3. (Computers) A sudden failure of a hard drive caused by damaging contact between the head and the storage surface, often resulting in the loss of data on the drive.
      1. A striking together; violent contact; collision
      2. The power of an event, idea, etc. to produce changes, move the feelings, etc.
      3. The effect or impression of one person or thing on another:
      1. The cause of such a feeling:
      2. A sudden, strong feeling of surprise or disappointment; a shock.
      3. A shock or surprise
      1. Percussion instruments or their players considered as a group.
      2. A method of medical diagnosis in which various areas of the body, especially the chest, back, and abdomen, are tapped to determine by resonance the condition of internal organs.
      3. The shock, vibration, etc. resulting from this
      1. The result or effect of such concussion
      2. A shock absorber.
      3. The impact of persons, forces, etc. in combat or collision
      1. A heavy blow or collision:
      2. A drink made of mint, sugar, soda water, and alcoholic liquor, usually brandy.
      3. A violent breaking of something or the noise made by such breaking:
    See also:

    conflict

Another word for jar

Noun
  1. A glass or earthen container

      1. A broken piece of earthenware
      2. An earthenware pot or jar
      3. An earthenware vessel.
      1. A pot with its contents
      2. (Short for) flowerpot, lobster pot, chimney pot, etc.
      3. A pot of liquor; drink; potation
      1. A glass jar for canning fruit, vegetables, etc., sealed airtight with a cap
      1. A wide-mouthed glass jar with a screw top, used for canning and preserving food.
      1. The contents of such a container:
      2. A usually cylindrical metal container.
      3. Any of various containers usually or traditionally cylindrical, made of metal, and with a separate cover
      1. A hollow utensil, such as a cup, vase, or pitcher, used as a container, especially for liquids.
      2. (Anatomy) A duct, canal, or other tube that contains or conveys a body fluid:
      3. (--- Nautical) A craft, especially one larger than a rowboat, designed to navigate on water.
      1. A region drained by a single river system:
      2. A small enclosed or partly enclosed body of water.
      3. An artificially enclosed area of a river or harbor designed so that the water level remains unaffected by tidal changes.
      1. A large drinking cup with a wide mouth.
      2. A jarlike container of glass or metal with a lip for pouring, used by chemists, druggists, etc.
      3. The quantity that a beaker holds.
      1. The contents of such a container
      2. A large, often rounded vessel of earthenware, glass, or metal with a small mouth, a handle, and usually a stopper or cap.
      3. (Slang) A bottle of whiskey
      1. (Ecclesiastical) A small vessel for holy water or for water or wine used in the consecration of the Eucharist.
      2. A small glass bottle, as for serving vinegar or oil at the table
      1. Vigilance awareness training.
      2. A large vessel, such as a tub, cistern, or barrel, used to hold or store liquids.
      3. A liquid containing a vat dye
      1. A usually cylindrical storage container, especially:
      2. A box or can of thin metal or plastic used for holding dry foodstuffs or cooking ingredients, such as flour or sugar.
      3. A small box or can for coffee, tea, tobacco, etc.
      1. A vessel used for decanting, especially a decorative bottle used for serving wine.
      2. A decorative glass bottle, generally with a stopper, from which wine, etc. is served after being decanted
      1. (Sports) A seven iron used in golf.
      2. One that pitches.
      3. A container, usually with a handle and lip, for holding and pouring liquids
      1. A pitcher, especially a decorative one with a base, an oval body, and a flaring spout.
      2. A large water pitcher with a wide mouth
      1. Milk from an infant's nursing bottle
      2. The volume of liquid contained in a standard U.S. wine bottle, 750 ml (25.4 oz)
      3. The quantity that a bottle holds.
      1. A glass pot with a pouring spout, used in making coffee.
      2. A glass bottle for serving wine, water, or coffee
      1. A container for liquids, with a handle, a narrow neck, a spout, and, sometimes, a lid
      2. A large vessel, usually of metal or pottery, with a handle and spout and often a lid, used for holding wine or other liquors.
      3. The quantity of liquid that such a vessel can hold.
      1. A container or case for carrying gunpowder or shot.
      2. A frame for holding a sand mold in a foundry.
      3. A small container, such as a bottle, having a narrow neck and usually a cap, especially:
      1. A surname​.
      2. A small container for liquids such as water, oil, honey, or wine
      1. A graduated glass tube with a stopcock at the bottom, used as by chemists for measuring small quantities of liquid or gas
      1. A vial.
      2. A small, cylindrical bottle, usually of glass, for containing liquids; vial
      1. Galipot
      2. A small glazed earthenware jar formerly used by druggists for medicaments.
      3. A small pot or jar of glazed earthenware, esp. one used by druggists as a container for medicine
      1. An open container, usually rounded and of greater height than width, used for decoration, for holding flowers, etc.
      1. A tall jar with a narrow neck and base and two handles, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans
      2. A two-handled jar with a narrow neck used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to carry wine or oil.
      1. (Anatomy) A small dilatation in a canal or duct, especially one in the semicircular canal of the ear.
      2. A nearly round bottle with two handles used by the ancient Romans for wine, oil, or perfume.
      3. (Ecclesiastical) A vessel for consecrated wine or holy oil.
      1. A cup-shaped flower
      2. A cup; goblet
      3. A cup for the consecrated wine of the Eucharist.
      1. The area of the human mouth, chin, and jaw.
      2. The amount that such a cup can hold.
      3. A heavy drinking cup of earthenware or metal, having a handle
      1. A vase, esp. one with a foot or pedestal
      2. A vase of varying size and shape, usually having a footed base or pedestal.
      3. A large metal container with a faucet, used for making and serving hot coffee, tea, etc.
      1. (Archaeology) An Egyptian pottery container in which the entrails of a mummy have been placed.
      1. A highly spiced stew of meat and vegetables
      2. (Southwestern US) A rounded earthenware pot or jar, used especially for cooking or for carrying water.
      3. A large-mouthed pot or jar of earthenware
    See also:

    bottle

    container

  2. The contents of a jar

      1. A drink of liquor contained in such a cup.
      2. A pot with its contents
      3. (Short for) flowerpot, lobster pot, chimney pot, etc.
      1. The contents of such a container.
      2. A unit of liquid measure, equal to14 of a liquid gallon or 2 liquid pints or 32 fluid ounces (0.94635 liquid liters): the British and Canadian imperial quart equals 1.1365 liquid liters
      3. A unit of volume or capacity in the US Customary System, used in liquid measure, equal to14 gallon or 32 ounces (0.946 liter).
      1. A container with a pint capacity.
      2. A unit of liquid measure, equal to12 of a liquid quart or 16 fluid ounces (4 gills or 0.4732 liquid liter): the British and Canadian imperial pint equals 0.5682 liquid liter
      3. A unit of volume or capacity in the US Customary System, used in liquid measure, equal to18 gallon or 16 ounces (0.473 liter).
      1. As much as a jar will hold
      1. As much as a jug will hold
      1. The contents of such a container:
      2. An airtight container, usually made of tin-coated iron, in which foods or beverages are preserved.
      3. A usually cylindrical metal container.
      1. A crystalline, silvery metallic element obtained chiefly from cassiterite, and having two notable allotropic forms. Malleable white tin is the useful allotrope, but at temperatures below 13.2°C it slowly converts to the brittle gray allotrope. Tin is used to coat other metals to prevent corrosion and is a part of numerous alloys, such as soft solder, pewter, type metal, and bronze. Atomic number 50; atomic weight 118.71; melting point 231.93°C; boiling point 2,602°C; specific gravity (gray) 5.77, (white) 7.29; valence 2, 4.
      2. A soft, silver-white, crystalline, metallic chemical element, malleable at ordinary temperatures and used in making shiny alloys and tinfoils, solders, utensils, tin plate, superconducting magnets, etc.: symbol, Sn; at. no. 50
      3. Tin plate.
    See also:

    contents

  3. A jolt

    See also:

    bump

Verb
  1. To cause to tremble

      1. To brandish or wave, especially in anger:
      2. To get rid of or put an end to:
      3. To cause to tremble, vibrate, or rock:
      1. To stir up or shake up
      2. To arouse interest in (a cause, for example) by use of the written or spoken word; discuss or debate.
      3. To stir up interest and support through speeches and writing so as to produce changes
      1. To cause to move jerkily:
      2. To shake up or jar, as with a bumpy ride or sharp blow
      3. To move or dislodge with a sudden, hard blow; strike heavily or jarringly:
      1. To cause to hit against a surface so as to spring back
      2. (Baseball) To hit a ground ball to an infielder:
      3. To move suddenly; spring; jump
      1. To shake, jolt, or bounce, as in riding
      2. To move or cause to move with bumps and jolts; bounce.
      1. To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle.
      2. To move or rock lightly up and down or to and fro in an unsteady, jerky manner:
      3. To move in a succession of quick, slight jerks; rock lightly
      1. To shake up and down; jolt:
      2. To hit or knock against with a jolt; collide lightly with
      3. To hit or knock against something:
      1. To beat so as to produce a thump or thumps:
      2. To move or cause to strike with a thump or thumps:
      3. To hit or fall in such a way as to produce a thump or thumps:
      1. Suddenly; abruptly:
      2. Exactly; precisely:
      3. Hard, noisily, and suddenly
      1. To move or cause to move with short, jerky or twisting motions from side to side; wriggle shakily or sinuously
      2. To move or proceed with a twisting or turning motion; wriggle:
      3. To cause to move back and forth with quick irregular motions:
      1. To move (a child, for example) back and forth or from side to side, especially in order to soothe or lull to sleep.
      2. (Music) To play or dance to rock music.
      3. To excite or cause strong feeling in, as by playing rock music.
      1. To give a sudden quick thrust, push, pull, or twist to.
      2. To cut (meat) into long strips and dry in the sun or cure by exposing to smoke.
      3. To pull, twist, push, thrust, or throw with a sudden, sharp movement
      1. To hit something with force; crash:
      2. To put, throw, or otherwise forcefully move so as to produce a loud noise:
      3. (Slang) To drink quickly (a beverage, especially an alcoholic one). Often used with back or down.
      1. To provide with ratlines
      2. To secure ratlines to (shrouds).
      1. To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
      2. To waver in one's opinions, etc.; vacillate
      3. To shake or tremble, as jelly does
      1. To give off (light or sound) by vibration
      2. To produce (sound) by vibration.
      3. To move back and forth or to and fro, especially rhythmically and rapidly:
    See also:

    crash

    hit

  2. To create discordant sounds

    See also:

    sound

  3. To disconcert

      1. To secure ratlines to (shrouds).
      2. To provide with ratlines
      1. To produce electrical shock in (a body)
      2. To administer electric current to (a patient) to treat cardiac arrest or life-threatening arrhythmias.
      3. To subject an animal or person to an electric shock.
      1. To cause to move jerkily:
      2. To move or dislodge with a sudden, hard blow; strike heavily or jarringly:
      3. To shock or surprise
    See also:

    disturb