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shanking

See definition of shanking on Dictionary.com
  • as inknife
  • as instab

synonyms for shanking

  • brand
  • carve
  • clip
  • cut
  • hurt
  • impale
  • jag
  • kill
  • lacerate
  • lance
  • pierce
  • shank
  • shiv
  • slash
  • slice
  • spit
  • stick
  • thrust
  • wound
  • chop down
  • open up
  • hurt
  • injure
  • jab
  • prick
  • punch
  • stick
  • wound
  • bayonet
  • brand
  • carve
  • chop
  • cleave
  • clip
  • cut
  • drive
  • gore
  • hit
  • jag
  • knife
  • penetrate
  • pierce
  • plow
  • plunge
  • prong
  • ram
  • saber
  • shank
  • sink
  • slice
  • spear
  • thrust
  • transfix
  • open up
  • run through

antonyms for shanking

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  • aid
  • cure
  • heal
  • help
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How to use shanking in a sentence

Now, he disliked going out at nights, and consequently was in the habit of "scrimp-shanking," and proceeded forthwith to go lame.
THREE YEARS IN FRANCE WITH THE GUNS:C. A. ROSE
The next process is that of shanking, or attaching small metal loops, by which they are fastened to garments.
THE GIRL'S OWN PAPER, VOL. VIII, NO. 354, OCTOBER 9, 1886VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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