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synonyms for percussive

  • aghast
  • appalled
  • astonished
  • dismayed
  • frightened
  • appalling
  • degrading
  • humiliating
  • jarred
  • shocking
  • stupefied
  • deplorable
  • infra dig
  • opprobrious
  • squeamish
  • ugly
  • vulgar
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How to use percussive in a sentence

Others offer percussive massage, working out deep muscle knots, as tight muscles may just need heat and vibration to stimulate blood flow.
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There are several diverse types of massage, like rolling, percussive, compression, vibration, and water massage.
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If you want percussive therapy and deep tissue massage at the tip of your fingers, investing in massage guns is the way to go.
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It analyzes the current condition of your muscle and responds by giving the exact percussive strength you need.
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He moves closer to it, drawn by soft, percussive notes being played on an instrument he doesn’t recognize.
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Their principle, modified to suit work of another character, is seen in percussive rock drills, such as the Ingersoll Sergeant.
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How pleasantly percussive to the brain; and how even the teeth partake of the sensation!
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So far as dependence upon percussive detonation is concerned there is practically no difficulty.
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It turned hard, and the lock finally yielded with a percussive snap.
THE GARDEN, YOU, AND IMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT
Presently percussive noises were heard on the parchment, resembling the dropping of grains of sand on its surface.
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WORDS RELATED TO PERCUSSIVE

  • aghast
  • appalled
  • appalling
  • astonished
  • degrading
  • deplorable
  • dismayed
  • frightened
  • humiliating
  • infra dig
  • jarred
  • opprobrious
  • percussive
  • shocking
  • squeamish
  • stupefied
  • ugly
  • vulgar
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