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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

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When the Gas Board came and found that the pipe had been ripped off the wall, the engineer said if someone had lit a cigarette it could have caused an explosion which could have blown up both houses.
Gilbert said: "The city's getting ripped off and they're sending property owners the bill.
MetroGuide's complaint alleged defendants not only ripped off, word for word, MetroGuide's content, but violated copyright laws by creating web sites that stole the look and feel of its HotelGuide sites.
The pain of having that tape ripped off must have -esque so he to suffer everyone ling at ection grows The pain of having that tape ripped off must have been bikini-wax-esque so he shouldn't have to suffer the indignity of everyone unfairly giggling at his bald mid-section until the fur grows back too.
Megachains Pizza Hut and Home Depot separately denied claims in court in Los Angeles on Thursday and Friday that they ripped off music by the band The Black Keys in TV spots, reports (http://www.
And they should be made personally responsible for reimbursing every penny of the pounds 290million the bank was fined to all the customers they ripped off.
A LEGAL executive who ripped off clients and a building society to the tune of pounds 280,000 admitted fraud charges.
A PUB-GOER had part of his ear ripped off in a vicious late-night assault in Hartlepool.
I (like many others) did last year then got ripped off by them offering children, who are still in full-time education, season tickets for pounds 99.
I understand the answer to the second question relating the rise of crude oil to the rise in gasoline prices, but somehow, I still feel we are being ripped off.
But both pieces ended with suggestions that--the complexities of buying spare parts notwithstanding-- someone had ripped off the government.
The banks fought for years to avoid giving back the pounds 8BILLION they had ripped off from customers but eventually they had to admit defeat.
THE disclosure that motorists are being ripped off by garages with faulty petrol pumps is scandalous and this must be stopped.
I suspect we are, to some extent, being ripped off.
We as the public who pay for government services are once again being ripped off.