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Synonyms for slash

Synonyms for slash

to penetrate with a sharp edge

to decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

the result of cutting

an incision, a notch, or a slight cut made with or as if with a knife

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a wound made by cutting

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an open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind)

a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information

a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument

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cut with sweeping strokes

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cut open

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move or stir about violently

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Draw the pocket slash or curved cutting line onto the pant front (6).
Along with Kennedy, Slash has pulled together a potent live band with drummer Brent Fitz and bassist Todd Kerns locking together tightly.
If his older fans recollect the younger Slash as having been an intense performer, he nowadays addresses instrument with nonchalance -- a relaxed demeanor he retains even as he works the strings more energetically.
Green aspen slash wood with high moisture content (about 95%) was obtained from a local plantation forest in northern Wisconsin.
After the last Velvet Revolver tour, I was like, I just need to do something on my own, " says the musician, who s also released a pair of discs with Slash s Snakepit.
The new Slash wireless slider handset from consumer electronics company Samsung Mobile (Samsung) has been introduced by Virgin Mobile USA (NYSE:VM), a mobile services provider in the US, representing the first collaboration between the two companies.
They started by slashing two tyres on a van owned by a family with whom Newby was involved in a dispute, but then went on to slash scores of others, swigging from a bottle of vodka as they did so.
John Henry Howells, who was better known as Slash, was due to relieve his long-time partner Bev from working at the British Legion club in New Tredegar at around tea-time on Sunday.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has redoubled attempts to slash European Union (EU) sugar production, with EU agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fisher Boel proposing more aid--but only for producers quitting sugar, to slash annual production by another 3.
Allow me to quote one of his poems, but I will use a slash mark to indicate the end of a line and two slashes for a double space instead of presenting it as shown in the book.
slash versus stab) from hospital admissions or autopsy reports from the medical examiner's office.
Slash fiction is fan fiction with a gay theme, ranging from tender romance with mildly erotic scenes to extreme and sometimes violent pornography.
Rowling's latest, Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince, infused with more romance than the first five books combined--all of it hetero--has inadvertently fanned the slash flames.
where Brenda had gone to work temporarily in TV as a liberal counterpart to conservative Slash Burns -- an overbearing character seemingly modeled on Fox News host/Creators Syndicate columnist Bill O'Reilly.