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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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But Karen has a bone to pick with him after what he did to her in the past, and won't rest until she's nailed him for good.
Don't get me wrong, I've no bone to pick with the Queen but she does not, in her role as head of the Church of England, represent the millions of people from Muslim, Hindu or Jewish backgrounds in this country, let alone those who have a different Christian denominations or faiths.
Mike Crosbie has a bone to pick with the Racing Channel
Nidgey, I have a bone to pick with him," superstar musician Ed, 24, responds.
Zia's family also has a bone to pick with the National Human Rights Commission that gave a clean chit to the Delhi Police.
But since the millionaire stars defected to other top teams the dog owners now have a serious bone to pick with the players.
If you have a bone to pick with your partner, then clear the air before having sex.
Well I've got one huge turkey bone to pick with them.
Meanwhile, Siobhan gives fellow rat Dean a scary reminder of just how much trouble he has dropped Fran in when she drunkenly tells him: "I've a bone to pick with you".
Anyone who has a bone to pick with bankers might enjoy the idea the latest pub to open in Edinburgh's finance district is the Vat and Fiddle.
BIG Yin Billy Connolly has a bone to pick with the honourable members of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
After making her surprise appearance on stage, Kylie said, 'I have a bone to pick with you', before singing the chorus of Dannii's song Jump To The Beat.
But Fasth had a bone to pick with the officials after he was put on the clock for a second day running.
It seems Mommie Dearest still has a bone to pick with Ashley Judd about her role in the sexually charged 1996 HBO flick ``Norma Jean and Marilyn,'' in which she frequently bares the family assets.
Wicklow Town Clerk Frank O'Toole, however, said he didn't think butcher Tom had any bone to pick with the council.