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Synonyms for rip

be torn

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rip something or someone apart

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Synonyms for rip

to separate or pull apart by force

rip into: to criticize harshly and devastatingly

rip off: to take (another's property) without permission

rip off: to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

a hole made by tearing

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Synonyms for rip

a dissolute man in fashionable society

an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart

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a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current

the act of rending or ripping or splitting something

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tear or be torn violently

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move precipitously or violently

cut (wood) along the grain

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criticize or abuse strongly and violently

References in periodicals archive ?
Second hand books offer great value or get to a library - still one of the few places where you won't get ripped off.
Yet now many of those who originally lost out are being ripped off again, this time by claimshandling companies which persuade them they need their services to get compensation.
The Labour MEP pointed to the cost of Harry Potter goods across Europe as an example of how British consumers are being ripped off.
Despite having his arm ripped off just below the shoulder, he walked to his home where his wife drove him to hospital, after collecting the severed arm on the way.
The public has known for years that people have been getting ripped off by the power companies, so why has it taken it so long to speak out?
I suspect we are, to some extent, being ripped off.
One of our neighbours had his front door ripped off.
Phone regulator Pat Breen of Regtel has revealed that some people have been ripped off to the tune of more than EUR2,000 - in just a single weekend.
Hoffman plays a gangster known as the King who has been ripped off by a gang of con men led by Jake Vig (Edward Burns), and in exchange for not killing him, King arranges for Jake to rip off a rival (Robert Forster).
In contrast, second-hand car dealers - once branded rogues and conmen - have a better reputation than salesmen selling new vehicles with only 27 per cent saying they believe they are being ripped off when buying used cars.
He exposes the secret charges we don't know are being levied on us and strips bare the politicians who are letting us be ripped off and letting us down.
Still, Mosley said, ``I didn't want to take the fight because I felt I was being ripped off.
I thought it would spread the bills but I feel we've been completely ripped off.
Donegal Senator Joe McHugh wants Communications Minister Noel Dempsey to take action to prevent mobile users from being ripped off.
They broke the law and ripped off the Valley,'' he said.