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Synonyms for palm

have someone in the palm of your hand

Synonyms

  • in your power
  • in your control
  • in your clutches
  • have someone at your mercy

palm someone off

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palm something off on someone

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  • foist something on
  • force something upon
  • impose something upon
  • pass something off
  • thrust something upon
  • unload something upon

Synonyms for palm

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In appointing Khansaheb, Palma Development went through an extensive tendering process that saw several potential contractors' proposals evaluated.
The Palma Hospitality Group is one of 17 companies owned by Mr.
With the launch of Palma, a series of elegantly designed villas, we are offering another opportunity for home-owners and investors to be part of this world-class community.
Nonetheless, Palmas writes with panache and good humor, and he's cooked up a crackerjack story.
From her side, Tamara commented on Palma being chosen as one of the fastest growing companies in Jordan, "Being part of the prestigious Jordan Fast Growth 30 is tantamount to an international certificate for Palma's capabilities, achievements and dedication towards its customers.
AER Lingus and Ryanair fly direct to Palma from Dublin; EasyJet and Jet2 fly from Belfast - check online for best prices.
Where is Veta la Palma located, and how is the property allocated?
Palma For grandparents La Seu is a fine Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral completed in 1601.
Palma is the most popular destination for Tyneside holidaymakers with two or three flights a day jetting out of Newcastle International Airport, at this time of year.
Departing from Palma on June 9, the ship visits Olbia, Civitavecchia, Livorno, Villefranche, Mahon before finishing in Palma.
O Mundo as Avessas" (The World Upside-Down), the most recent show by Portuguese artist Miguel Palma, brought together eleven of his most important works, offering for the first time a selective overview of his prolific output.
Flyglobespan left Scottish tourists stranded in Palma, Majorca, for eight hours on Sunday, then told them the aircraft was needed on another route.
La Palma has been restored to its elegant Edwardian glory after years as a rusty hulk.