Screw and Wind


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Screw verb – To twist (something) out of a natural or normal shape or condition.
Usage example: screwed up his face at the taste of the medicine

Wind is a synonym for screw in turn topic. In some cases you can use "Wind" instead the word "Screw" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like tighten, twist in.
Nearby Words: screwy, screwball, screwed, screwing
Synonyms for Screw


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Wind verb – To follow a circular or spiral course.
Screw is a synonym for wind in bend topic. You can use "Screw" instead the word "Wind" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: windy, winding, windless, windstorm, winder
Synonyms for Wind

How words are described

old old screw old wind
pure pure screw pure wind
original original screw original wind
true true screw true wind
Other adjectives: powerful, serious, huge, cool, legendary, random, ending, aforementioned, invisible, spinning.

Common collocations

time screw time wind time
way screw way wind way
box screw box wind box

Both words in one sentence

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