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[θˈɔːn], [θˈɔːn], [θ_ˈɔː_n]


perforator (noun)

arrow, auger, bit, blade, bore, die, drill, gouge, lance, needle, penetrator, perforator, point, poker, punch, puncture, skewer, spear, spike, spit, spur, stick, tip.

Other synonyms

Adam's Needle, Burr, abide, accept, aculeus, acutely, adherent, adhesive, affecting, affliction, aggro, agonize, agonizing, allow, amari aliquid, annoy, annoyance, antler, anxious, appreciate, apprehend, ardently, arduous, arms, arouse, assassinate, awkward, back, backbone, badly, bane, barb, barb the dart, barbel, barbule, barnacle, bear grass, bite, biting words, bitter cup, bitter draft, bitter draught, bitter pill, bitterly, bother, botheration, bradawl, bramble, briar, brier, bristle, bugbear, bulldog, bullyrag, bur, burden, burden of care, bush, bête noire, cactus, calamity, cancer, canker, cankerworm of care, care, carking care, catchweed, cement, chaste tree, cleavers, cocklebur, convulse, correctly, cross, crown of thorns, cruciate, crucify, cruel, cruelly, crushing burden, curse, cusp, dagger, death, decal, decalcomania, deciduous, deeply, depressing, destruction, difficult, disease, dismal, disoblige, distress, distressed, distressful, distressing, distressingly, disturbing, do harm to, doleful, dolorous, eagerly, earnestly, encourage, encumbrance, endure, enliven, enormously, espalier, evil, evil doer, evil star, exactly, exasperation, excite, extremely, fang, fierce, fiercely, firmly, fret one's gizzard, gall, gall and wormwood, glue, goad, goose grass, gravely, grievance, grievous, grievously, gummed label, gunk, hair, harass, hardly, harm, harrow, harrowing, harshly, hassle, have, heartily, heavily, hoodoo, horn, hurt, hypodermic needle, ill wind, incentive, incite, inducement, infliction, infuriate, injure, insalubrity, inspire, instrument of punishment, intensely, irk, irritant, irritate, irritation, keenly, leech, limpet, load, madly, malign, mandrel, massive, molasses, mucilage, mucro, mucronation, my wife, nail, name card, nemesis, nettle, nuisance, open sore, open wound, oppression, outrage, pack of troubles, pain, pain in the neck, painful, painfully, passionately, paste, paster, peck of troubles, peeve, permit, pest, pestilence, physical pain, pin, pine needle, plague, plague spot, plaster, plug pin, poignant, pointed growth, poorly, poser, pricker, prickle, prod at, prong, provoke, pungently, quicken, quill, rachis, rack, ray, remora, ridge, rose protector, rose's protection, roughly, rowel, rune, runic letter, running sore, sad, sadly, scarify, scorpion, scourge, sea of troubles, seriously, seta, severe, severely, sharply, sliver, small fishbones, snag, sore subject, sorely, sorrow, sorrowful, source of annoyance, source of irritation, sourly, spicula, spicule, spiculum, spikelet, spinal column, spine, spiny bush, splint, splinter, stand, sternly, sticker, stimulate, sting, stormily, strongly, stumper, suffer, syrup, tack, tang, terribly, thistle, thorn apple, thorn in the flesh, timber, tine, torment, torture, toughie, trial, trouble, ulcer, undergo, vehemently, vertebral column, vexation, violently, visitation, waters of bitterness, weight, whisker, woe, wound, wring, wrong, yucca, zealously.

Rhymes for Thorn:

  1. mourn, torn, stillborn, corn, horn, wellborn, bourn, scorn, bourne, morn, reborn, borne, warn, born, shorn, sworn, worn, unborn;
  2. lowborn, forlorn, adorn;

Quotes for Thorn:

  1. But he that dares not grasp the thorn Should never crave the rose. Anne Bronte.
  2. Consciousness is much more than the thorn it is the dagger in the flesh. Emile M. Cioran.
  3. I don't think I'm a thorn in the industry, I'm just another part of it. Neil Young.

Idioms of Thorn:

  1. be a thorn in sb's flesh/ side;
  2. a thorn in side;
  3. thorn in your flesh/ side;