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noun as in weapon

Strong matches

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When dealing with the Iraq War, he never falters or bludgeons the reader on the head with tired modalities.

The emulators wielded human inventions; firearms, blades or bludgeons.

There, the hard hats continued their assault, beating dozens of innocent bystanders with metal bludgeons.

Then his fingers closed on a dry branch, and five immense bludgeons hurtled toward the startled Sepharians.

Ruffians mounted guard at the entrance, armed with swords, fire-arms,5 and bludgeons.

They were habituated to consider wounds and bludgeons and stabbing as the obvious mode of surmounting every difficulty.

The eggers, now numbering a dozen, all armed with guns and bludgeons, bid defiance to the fishermen.

Many of his followers were armed with bludgeons and other rude weapons, and moved in files.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bludgeons, such as: club, truncheon, bat, and stick.

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