Antonyms for spikes

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


Spikes of less than an inch in length were inadequate in hurricanes.

Benchy and Spikes were on hand, and now the former appealed to Frank.

It's only about ten miles, now; Spikes is good for it, if you ease him on the hills now and then.

I put out my hand and laid it on Spikes' wet, sweat-roughened neck.

Spikes of unisexual flowers, such as are common among our forest trees, are called catkins.

"Spikes your excellent father left sticking out of his martingale," he said, a sort of boyish resentment in his tones.

Spikes one or more, at or toward the summit of an elongated peduncle.

Spikes are driven through the crosspieces so that their protruding ends will gouge into the stick of wood being sawed.

Yuh know the way from here, and I can't help yuh out any more than to let yuh have Spikes.

They passed in silence through the stone gates of the Castle of Spikes.