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noun as in demonstrator

noun as in picket

Strongest match

Strong match

Weak match

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There’s a crown jewel of a striker in Harry Kane, a multifaceted talent and leader.

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This is the same team whose star striker acquisition could barely find the net all season long.

If you swap Kane with an average striker, Spurs are a bottom-half-of-the-table team.

Ola Kamara, the starting striker last year, might suit up for the first time.

Everyone is familiar with Simeone’s defense but that system this season is formidable thanks to an extremely effective striker in Luis Suárez.

Twenty minutes later, U.S. striker Jozy Altidore was barreling down the left sideline at top speed in pursuit of the ball.

The 24-year-old striker, meanwhile, was building a reputation on the international stage before he could even legally drink.

The veteran 36-year-old striker was the star of the 2006 World Cup German team that Klinsmann coached, and is a total ball hawk.

Steve McQueen has had you play a hunger striker, a sex addict, and now, a slave owner.

Balotelli, a star striker born in Palermo, Sicily, has earned a reputation that would make even Berlusconi blush.

"Major Tipton arranged with me to serve as your striker, sir, until you make some other arrangement," reported the soldier.

Tarbell, through his hold upon the welshing Clanahan striker, had got the details at second-hand.

When a striker is run out, the notch they were running for is not to be reckoned.

The striking of a match is a public event, of which the striker gives previous notice in a loud voice.

A piece of red-hot metal was lifted out and thrust into the vice; Hannam was striker and Bickerton holder.


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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to striker, such as: marcher, radical, rioter, agitator, dissenter, and objector.

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