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noun as in cord

Strong matches

noun as in rope

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The organizers handed out flyers and lanyards and offered trays of chicken wings.

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It comes with a suction cup and long lanyard, so you won’t have any trouble finding a home for this speaker in your shower.

Worn either as a badge or attached to a lanyard, it marries the convention of swapping contact details with real-time, cloud-based convenience.

“It was a preventable death,” said Milleron, who, along with her husband and son, Tor, wore smiling photographs of Samya on lanyards around their necks.

Mr. Ziff carried a stop watch on a leather lanyard, like Captain Queeg.

An identification tag dangling from a lanyard around his neck was tucked discreetly into a breast pocket.

Dan inserted the primer, pulled the lanyard and sent the contents of the gun into the ranks of the enemy.

It was his part to fire the gun by pulling the lanyard, and as often as he did it he playfully rolled over backward.

Barney vowed to put an end to that affair, and, carefully sighting one of his cannon, pulled the lanyard.

Cushing, standing in the stern, held in one hand the tiller ropes, in the other the lanyard of the torpedo.

He got out the lanyard, slipped a cartridge in the breech, paused, and scratched his head again.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lanyard, such as: line, rope, and string.

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