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Another word for spear

      1. An instrument of attack or defense in combat, as a gun, missile, or sword.
      2. An instrument or device of any kind designed or used to injure or kill, as in fighting or hunting
      3. Any means of attack or defense
      1. A detachable, daggerlike blade put on the muzzle end of a rifle, for hand-to-hand fighting
      2. A part like a bayonet in shape, manner of attachment, etc.
      3. A blade adapted to fit the muzzle end of a rifle and used as a weapon in close combat.
      1. (Metallurgy) An iron bar used for tapping a melting furnace.
      2. (Medicine) A surgical knife with a short, wide, pointed double-edged blade, used especially for making punctures and small incisions.
      3. A small needle used to prick the skin, as to obtain blood samples for testing blood glucose levels, especially one designed to fit into a specially designed lancing device.
      1. A draft of a proposed law presented for approval to a legislative body.
      2. A piece of legal paper money:
      3. A bill of exchange
      1. A member of an organized body of fighters who attack or harass an enemy, especially within occupied territory; a guerrilla.
      2. A person who takes the part of or strongly supports one side, party, or person; often, specif., an unreasoning, emotional adherent
      3. Any of a group of guerrilla fighters; esp., a member of an organized civilian force fighting covertly to drive out occupying enemy troops
      1. A combination spear and battle-ax, used in the 15th and 16th cent.
      2. A weapon of the 1400s and 1500s having an axlike blade and a steel spike mounted on the end of a long shaft.
      1. A needlefish.
      2. Any of several fish, of the family Lepisosteidae, that have long, narrow jaws; garfish
      3. Any of an order (Semionotiformes) of North American freshwater bony fishes having an elongated body covered with ganoid scales, a long beaklike snout, and many sharp teeth
      1. A pointed wooden or metal shaft, about 812 ft long, thrown for distance as a test of strength and skill
      2. The athletic field event in which a javelin is thrown.
      3. A light spear thrown with the hand and used as a weapon.
      1. A mid-air position in sports such as diving and gymnastics in which the athlete bends to touch the feet or grab the calves or back of the thighs while keeping the legs together and straight.
      2. Any of a family (Esocidae, order Salmoniformes) of slender, voracious, freshwater bony fishes with a narrow, pointed head and conspicuous, sharp teeth; esp., a species (Esox lucius) of the northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere
      3. A weapon, formerly used by foot soldiers, consisting of a metal spearhead on a long wooden shaft
      1. A thrusting weapon with a long wooden shaft and a sharp metal head.
      2. Any sharp instrument resembling a lance, as a fish spear
      3. A male given name, pet form of Lancelot or transferred use of the surname; by folk etymology associated with a lance.