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Synonyms for faggot

a bundle of sticks and branches bound together

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ornament or join (fabric) by faggot stitch

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fasten together rods of iron in order to heat or weld them

bind or tie up in or as if in a faggot

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Los trombones son los tradicionales usados en otras misas y, en caso de que, no se usen clarinetes, anadidos a los fagots, se usan i corni di bassetti, los cuales confieren un mayor aspecto sombrio.
Fagots were symbols of power from the Roman Empire to the time of Mussolini.
Often served as part of a stodgy meal, along with fagots or a bacon joint
However, as Lt Gen Arnold Braswell observes, in the beginning, not only the number of enemy aircraft but also the performance of MiG-15 Fagots threatened our air dominance.
They pushed back American troops and, flying new Soviet MiG-15 Fagots, gained momentary air control of the famed "MiG Alley," over American F-80 Shooting Star jets.
Across the street from the baby-blue IHOP sits Barney's Beanery, a bar and restaurant that for over 30 years featured a sign declaring FAGOTS STAY OUT.
Tarte aux Oignons (Onion Tart) in 400-gram packs is among the offerings, which also include Galettes Paysannes (Farmers' Pancakes) and Fagots de Harcots Verts (Bundle of Green Asparagus).
In some cases, when the 9K115M Metys-M (AT-13) was being issued, the Fagots were totally with-drawn, resulting in a platoon consisting of nine Metys-Ms only, sometimes with an attached grenadier squad with AGS-17 grenade launchers.
in ashen brush, even some simmering fagots, I tried to separate the heat from the flame but
The burning materials are not falling the right way, but Pelissier's careful foresight in having platforms built above the rocks to facilitate dropping burning fagots proves fruitful.
There is the hearth, after all,--and the settle, and the fagots, and the kettle, and the crickets.
For Humanity sweeps onward: where to-day the martyr stands, On the morrow, crouches Judas with the silver in his hands; Far in front the cross stands ready and the crackling fagots burn, While the hooting mob of yesterday in silent awe return To glean up the scattered ashes into History's golden urn.
Asi, para recurrir a una porcion del ejemplo dado, las agrupaciones 573 495 360 712 y 192 pertenecen, respectivamente, al concierto para dos oboes, dos cornos y dos fagots, a uno de los conciertos en Sol Menor para fagot (3), a uno de los conciertos en Si bemol Mayor para violin, a la opera incompleta La fede tradita e vendicata y a la sinfonia en Do Mayor para violin, cuerdas y continuo.
One of the first acts of the new city council was to force a local tavern, Barney's Beanery, to remove its infamous sign that read FAGOTS STAY OUT.
And probably nothing will ever top the legend that is carved across the proscenium of the Goodman Theatre of Chicago: YOU YOURSELF, it tells the audience, MUST SET FIRE TO THE FAGOTS YOU HAVE BROUGHT.