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arm guard — noun a pad worn by football players and hockey goalkeepers • Syn: ↑arm pad • Hypernyms: ↑protective garment … Useful english dictionary
guard — Synonyms and related words: Coldstream Guards, Foot Guards, Grenadier Guards, Life Guards, Scots Guards, accompany, advance guard, advocate, aegis, amateur athlete, apologist, archer, arm, arm guard, armament, armed guard, armor, arrest, athlete … Moby Thesaurus
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arm — [n1] limb, appendage bender, bough, bow, branch, fin, flapper, flipper, handle, hook, member, offshoot, projection, prong, rod, stump, wing; concepts 392,471 arm [n2] subdivision, annex affiliate, authority, block, branch, command, department,… … New thesaurus
arm — Synonyms and related words: accouter, advocate, affiliate, alpenstock, appendage, appoint, armlet, armor, armor plate, athletic supporter, authorize, back, backbone, backing, bandeau, bank, barricade, battle, bay, bayou, bearer, beef, belt,… … Moby Thesaurus
arm — I. n. 1. Anterior limb, anterior member. 2. Branch, bough, limb, projection, projecting part. 3. Inlet (of the sea), estuary, firth, frith, fiord, cove, creek. 4. Power, might, strength, puissance. 5. (Mil.) Branch of the service (as artillery or … New dictionary of synonyms
arm — I n 1. forelimb, anterior limb, brachium; appendage, limb, branch, ramification, bough, offshoot, scion; handle, lever, crosspiece, axle. 2. inlet, estuary, mouth; cove, lagoon, bay, bight, gulf; fiord, frith, Chiefly Scot. firth, channel, strait … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder