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adjective as in stationary

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She did what I asked but I still had to fight tooth and nail to get her “on schedule.”

For many PPC marketers, the very suggestion of using broad match keywords is like nails on a chalkboard.

Her patient, intent gaze spied that Thismia, a plant with a flower no bigger than a pinkie nail.

If you’re running out of fridge magnet space, you can use the clip’s hanging hole to attach it to hooks, thumbtacks, nails, etc.

This year, the short becomes the latest bit of content to get shoveled up in the great streaming wars of 2020, as media companies fight tooth and nail for back catalogues.

But on Tuesday, we saw another nail hammered into the already pretty tightly nailed down coffin of the two-state solution.

I was more impressed when she nailed a few less flattering character traits.

Somehow Turner nailed that one second of surpassing natural force.

“During the test, we tried all the dances and I nailed none of them,” says Boseman with a chuckle.

For example, the bookmobile was a WPA program—old bread and milk trucks full of nailed-up shelves.

Where the stone wall had to be left open for bar-ways, to drive through, he went to work and nailed up the bars.

The bird-stuffer in Alderney had some wings of Nightjars nailed up behind his door which had been shot in that Island by himself.

"That's a cross dog of yours," cried the woman, kicking at Pincher, with her heavy nailed boots.

"I'm rather glad the chair is nailed to the floor," he remarked, as he settled himself more comfortably.

Now, all Jess could see were two thick chunks of wood nailed securely to the closed door opposite the open one.


On this page you'll find 392 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nailed, such as: determined, distinct, pronounced, resolved, settled, and sure.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.