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Synonyms for pike

highly valued northern freshwater fish with lean flesh

a sharp point (as on the end of a spear)

Related Words

medieval weapon consisting of a spearhead attached to a long pole or pikestaff

any of several elongate long-snouted freshwater game and food fishes widely distributed in cooler parts of the northern hemisphere

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to any piece of legislation that comes down the pike in a probably futile attempt to override the regulation.
We're not supposed to be cheerleaders for every new thing that comes down the pike.
So the interview does come to pass, in a health-food restaurant in New York City's East Village, and LaChapelle explains that he has not hired a publicist because he needs to be shielded from every tough question that comes down the pike.
We have learned that half the stuff that comes down the pike is agenda-driven, misleading, and often flat-out wrong.
And the fact that the plan is portable increases security; that element is going to be in whatever plan finally comes down the pike.
That said, once or twice a year an exceptional investment opportunity comes down the pike and it often lies in this sector.