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And among other there came sir Iohn Carew, with a goodlie band of piked men.
CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND (3 OF 6): ENGLAND (7 OF 9)RAPHAEL HOLINSHED
The deputies travelled on foot, with their piked staves in their hands, like pilgrims bound for some place of devotion.
ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN, VOLUME I (OF 2)SIR WALTER SCOTT
It was to be reached by going over a bridge and along a piked road that even then had begun to take on the semblance of a street.
POOR WHITESHERWOOD ANDERSON
The brigands were shot down, piked, or slain by the heavy axes through the openings in their leafy prison.
THE LION OF THE NORTHG.A. HENTY
I hope we shall go to Ireland; but it seems to be in a troublesome state and I should hate to be piked.
MISS EDEN'S LETTERSEMILY EDEN
Killers, however, were numerous, and the lesser piked whale was quite frequent.
SOUTH!SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
The lesser piked whale again appeared in the “leads” close to our “camp” floe, and was easily identified.
SOUTH!SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
On the way he met a man in hide sandals, carrying a large staff and piked with iron.
CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. XI, APRIL 1870-SEPTEMBER 1870VARIOUS
Sure he couldnt, less he piked a copy from another picture, Billie declared.
THE BRONCHO RIDER BOYS ALONG THE BORDERFRANK FOWLER
The prick of a knife was used—and often—to apprise the blinded prisoners that if they did not move they would be piked.
THE WILD GEESESTANLEY JOHN WEYMAN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO PIKED

  • acicular
  • aciculate
  • acuminate
  • acuminous
  • acute
  • arrowlike
  • barbed
  • cornered
  • cuspidate
  • edged
  • fine
  • keen
  • mucronate
  • peaked
  • piked
  • pointy
  • pronged
  • sagittal
  • sagittate
  • sharp
  • sharp-cornered
  • spiked
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