Stroke synonyms

strōk

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A swift cut with a blade, particularly with fighting weapons as a sword, saber, knife etc.
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To beat; flail:
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To swat is to hit and crush something such as an insect with a swift, small blow.
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(Proscribed) To influence; to affect; to have an impact on.
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(US) A sudden thought, particularly one that solves a long-standing problem.
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To restore to ease, comfort, or tranquility; relieve; calm; quiet; refresh.
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To walk with long steps, esp. in a vigorous or swaggering manner
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Throb means to vibrate, pulsate or beat quickly.
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Ben Jonson (1572-1637)
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To strike with a hard blow:
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To deal a sharp, resounding blow.
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The amount of something lost:
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The condition or fact of not achieving the desired end or ends:
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To rub lightly with or as if with the hand or something held in the hand; caress.
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The act by which something is stroked.
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A chance at odds; something to bet on:
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(Chemistry, physics) a line, in a phase diagram, below which a given substance is a stable solid and above which solid and liquid are in equilibrium
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A short diagonal line (/) used between two words to show either is applicable (and/or), in dates or fractions (3/8), to express “per” (feet/second), etc.; slash
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A fabric woven with diagonal lines.
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(Mathematics, archaic) The decimal point.
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An unpleasant and unintended happening, sometimes resulting from negligence, that results in injury, loss, damage, etc.
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(Uncountable) The state of being fortuitous
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anything that happens suddenly or by chance without an apparent cause
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The definition of a throw is an act of something being propelled or hurled through the air.
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the maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam
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A condition in any organ of severe hemorrhage or infarction
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A disturbance of the blood supply to parts of the brain because of blockage or hemorrhage, causing unconsciousness, paralysis, etc.
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a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
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As much as fills a such a container.
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A band, often having an opening with a button closure, at the bottom of a sleeve.
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The definition of a rap is a light knock, tapping sound or criticism, or a style of music where lyrics are spoken or chanted with reoccurring musical beats.
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The definition of a blow is a hard hit or upsetting news, or receiving upsetting information.
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The definition of a coup is a political uprising in which power changes hands or a successful strategic move.
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The manner in which clothing fits:
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(Medicine) A sudden attack, blow, stroke, or seizure.
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A feat demonstrating brilliance or mastery in a field.
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(Baseball) To cause (a run) to be scored while at bat:
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To strike (water, foliage etc.) in order to drive out game; to travel through (a forest etc.) for hunting.
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To cut into pieces with short, vigorous cutting motions.
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Force applied against inertia.
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(Obsolete) To form; to fashion.
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Either of the two flattened fins of a whale's tail.
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To touch or stroke (someone), often inappropriately, in making sexual advances
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(US, slang) To inhale an amount of smoke from a narcotic substance, particularly marijuana
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To hit; strike
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To manipulate (data, a document etc.) to make it more presentable or more convenient to work with.
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To move along with a patting sound, as in running
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(Intransitive, informal) Of two or more people, to stroke and fondle one another amorously.
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Power means to supply with energy or force.
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To move (a thing) against something else, or move (things) over each other with pressure and friction
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