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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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The dramatic, femme-fatale shoe perfectly offsets some of the menswear-inspired fashion coming down the pike later in the year, she says.
So, what's coming down the pike, and more importantly, how will it affect you?
For whatever they are worth, here are my thoughts on what's coming down the pike.
And lower overhead puts the combined business in a better position to take advantage of any recovery that's coming down the pike," Fletcher said.
Friedman knew what was coming down the pike and chose to extricate himself by not renewing his license.
As well, this busy singer has somehow found time to record three CDs for Analekta--discs of Bach, Mondonville and English Baroque repertoire--with a fourth disc of Welsh folk songs coming down the pike (Mercer is proudly of Welsh descent).
Vendors report that while very high-end knotted products are still in demand with customers who can afford it, there are signs that there could be production-cost increases coming down the pike.
And with new projects at 855 Sixth Avenue and 885 Sixth Avenue, thousands of feet of new retail space is coming down the pike.
Hospitals have viewed pay for performance "as something that is coming down the pike, and they're getting ready for that," said Melony Sorbero, Ph.
I'm interested in what's coming down the pike in five years and how can we help, how can we benefit.
The mail that crosses my desk lures me to believe that the new next best thing is coming down the pike.
If happiness is not coming down the pike, perhaps there is some consolation in knowing why.
However, there may be some declines coming down the pike.