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noun as in key

noun as in knob

noun as in master key

noun as in opening

noun as in open sesame

noun as in starter

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It might have unfolded sooner, too, except Magpayo missed the season opener the previous week to be with his wife for the birth of the couple’s first child.

At 58, Few has won 614 games — winning his 600th in a rout of Kansas in the season opener.

As of Wednesday night, the Capitals are still scheduled to practice Thursday and play their home opener Friday.

The Rockets, who saw their season opener postponed after several players were sidelined by positive or inconclusive coronavirus tests and contact tracing, weathered that early turbulence.

Opening night rosters must be set by Tuesday, so more cuts will follow before the team leaves Wednesday afternoon for its season opener Thursday night in Buffalo.

This attack, coming just days after the PlayStation DDoS, was certainly an eye-opener.

At the Gramercy Theater, a woman dressed as Maude Lebowski looks fierce as Cover Me Badd, the musical opener, takes the stage.

This prompts Sarah Lynn to stab herself with a Confederate bayonet letter-opener, causing a geyser of blood.

Read this post about the 2014 home-opener tifo, and get inspired.

Stuff like a $345 key-shaped brass bottle opener by Viennese modernist designer Carl Aubock.

Black Hood stepped to Carlson's desk, picked up an envelope and a letter opener, and returned to the body.

The boss was sitting back in his chair and making little rings on the desk blotter with the point of his letter-opener.

They had never seen me really dressed up before; Barney said it was an eye-opener.

Beyond the point of confluence the country becomes opener, freer, and healthier, and we arrive at the Portuguese town of Tt.

But the chauffeur is an old and trusted servant, and, moreover, the box opener says that the ladies occupied their box.


On this page you'll find 415 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to opener, such as: birth, creation, dawn, inauguration, inception, and introduction.

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