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Synonyms for butt

Synonyms for butt

an act or instance of using force so as to propel ahead

to be contiguous or next to

one that is fired at, attacked, or abused

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an object of amusement or laughter

a person who is easily deceived or victimized

residual matter

Synonyms for butt

thick end of the handle

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the part of a plant from which the roots spring or the part of a stalk or trunk nearest the roots

a victim of ridicule or pranks

sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at

a joint made by fastening ends together without overlapping

a large cask (especially one holding a volume equivalent to 2 hogsheads or 126 gallons)

the small unused part of something (especially the end of a cigarette that is left after smoking)

lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

to strike, thrust or shove against

place end to end without overlapping

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i]; values of humidity at cold and hot butt ends of a tube; values of temperature at cold and hot butt ends of a tube with the studied soil.
50-in in length were cut from the butt ends of Log 2 and Log 3.
from the face of the framing, so when you screw the drywall to the blocks, the butt ends are drawn inward, creating a shallow recess that's as easy to finish as a tapered joint.
One of her responsibilities as a drumstick finisher is smoothing the butt ends, an important job which lets the drummer get a firm grip on the sticks.
Cut the butt ends of the outside span logs to fit the bunker logs.
If a Betastatic belt shears then it takes less than 15 min to weld the two butt ends together in situ.
Amazingly, if smokers bin their butt ends instead of throwing them on the street, we would be almost half-way to ensuring our capital is litter free.
I started by harnessing my horse, Nip, up to my skid sled, a toboggan-like implement on which I would secure the butt ends of logs I needed to move.