Part of speech:
A distortion of meaning:
The resulting condition, characterized by swelling, pain, and disablement of the joint
A trace; streak
A sharp, abrupt movement; quick pull, twist, push, etc.
A sudden vigorous pull; a jerk.
A very short period of time (figuratively, the time taken to snap one's fingers), or a task that can be accomplished in such a period.
Lurch is defined as leaving someone without help or without something you promised or a sudden movement forward or to one side.
To clasp firmly and shake (another's hand), as in congratulation.
To divert or deflect:
To affect with a sharp, sudden pain; to torment with pinching or sharp pains.
To get or install the tools, equipment, etc. needed
To injure as if by pulling apart.
To get, bring forth, or extract by pressure
To cause pain or discomfort to (a part of the body) by pressing or being too tight:
To have or cause pain
To cause sorrow, misery, or suffering to; pain
(Electronics) To cause distortion in (a signal or waveform, for example).
To turn or be turned from a straight line or from some direction or position
To put something out of its usual place
To move or go from a dwelling or former position.
To pull at vigorously or repeatedly:
To draw out or forth; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.
To bring into a worse condition; debase
To declare or prove to be false.
To misrepresent, especially by distortion or exaggeration:
(Perhaps nonstandard) To be shown false by contradicting (something) that is true; to conceal the contradictory or ironic presence of (something).
Extort is defined as using violence or threats to get something from someone.
To demand and get by authority or force; insist on
(Chiefly British) A wrench.
An imperfection in the atomic structure of a crystal, usually consisting of one or more missing or disordered atoms in the crystal lattice
(Telephony, abbreviation) An answering machine or, by extension, voice mail.
An action taken to achieve an objective; a maneuver:
To be successful in coming or going:
To move by being pushed
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