Knife and Lance


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Knife verb – Use a knife on.
Lance and knife are semantically related. in cutting tool topic. In some cases you can use "Lance" instead the word "Knife" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like stab with pointed tool.
Nearby Words: knifing, knifed
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Lance verb – To penetrate or hold (something) with a pointed object.
Usage example: doctors used to lance infected sores, so that they could drain clean

Knife and lance are semantically related. You can use "Knife" instead the word "Lance" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: lanced, lancet, lancer, lancing
Synonyms for Lance

How words are described

full full knife full lance
special special knife special lance
long long knife long lance
better better knife better lance
Other adjectives: normal, regular, original, fake, single, sharp, heavy, powerful, actual, massive, huge, little, flaming, makeshift, cursed, broken, hidden, curved, gigantic, different, giant, magical, double-bladed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Queen's Thief One of them just needs time and maybe a little salve to heal; the other has little pockets of infection deep enough that Pol needs to lance them with his knife.
  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger Terminal Lance has a comic where they discussion the common American military subversion of this trope: "The Knife-Hand Anger Guage"
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