shoulder


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Related to shoulder: rotator cuff, frozen shoulder, shoulder muscles, Shoulder pain
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Synonyms for shoulder

bear

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give someone the cold shoulder

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rub shoulders with someone

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  • mix with
  • associate with
  • consort with
  • hobnob with
  • socialize with
  • fraternize with

shoulder to shoulder: side by side

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shoulder to shoulder: together

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straight from the shoulder

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Synonyms for shoulder

to take upon oneself

Synonyms for shoulder

the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm

a cut of meat including the upper joint of the foreleg

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the part of a garment that covers or fits over the shoulder

a narrow edge of land (usually unpaved) along the side of a road

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lift onto one's shoulders

push with the shoulders

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carry a burden, either real or metaphoric

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A man in a dustcoloured dress appeared with what was wanted - I could not have said from where: whether from the inn yard, or the street, or where not - and as Drummle leaned down from the saddle and lighted his cigar and laughed, with a jerk of his head towards the coffee-room windows, the slouching shoulders and ragged hair of this man, whose back was towards me, reminded me of Orlick.
She made a stream of fire flare from his shield and helmet like the star that shines most brilliantly in summer after its bath in the waters of Oceanus--even such a fire did she kindle upon his head and shoulders as she bade him speed into the thickest hurly-burly of the fight.
The sailor jerked out his weapon and leveled it at Clayton's back, Miss Porter screamed a warning, and a long, metal- shod spear shot like a bolt from above and passed entirely through the right shoulder of the rat-faced man.
I make my vow," quoth merry Robin, smiting him upon the shoulder, "thou art the mightiest Midge that e'er mine eyes beheld.
At the bank she paused, removed her belt and dagger, dropping them to the ground at her side; then unfastening the lower edge of her garment from the metal leg-band to which it was attached, slipped it off her left shoulder and let it drop to the ground around her feet.
the women with their bare shoulders and jewels, bathed in the soft glow of the rose-shaded electric lights, the piles of beautiful pink and white flowers, the gleaming silver, and the wine which frothed in their glasses.
For fear of poison, Sheldon had immediately scarified the wound and injected permanganate of potash; but in spite of the precaution the shoulder was swelling rapidly.
Still Jerry was not satisfied, and he squirmed around until he lay in the hollow of Skipper's arm, his head resting on Skipper's shoulder, when, with a profound sigh of content, he fell asleep.
All right, Michael," Harley called heartily, deliberately turning his shoulder in the non-interest of consent as he extended his hand to help Villa from the machine.
He, also, was addicted to crowding her, to veering toward her till his scarred muzzle touched her body, or shoulder, or neck.
She did not know that what she heard was the impact of glove on glove, or glove on shoulder, and that no damage was being done.
A spear's length in front of them sat the spare and long-limbed figure of Black Simon, the Norwich fighting man, his fierce, deep-lined face framed in steel, and the silk guidon marked with the five scarlet roses slanting over his right shoulder.
Monsieur Surville shrugged one shoulder--the shoulder that was free.
It has also been asserted that the stripe on each shoulder is sometimes double.
He did not check himself, but drove in upon Spitz, shoulder to shoulder, so hard that he missed the throat.