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What is another word for throttles?

109 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[θ_ɹ_ˈɒ_t_əl_z], [θɹˈɒtə͡lz], [θɹˈɒtə‍lz]
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Synonyms for Throttles:

demotivates (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Throttles:

  • throtle,
  • thirities,
  • throtes,
  • throughmelissa,
  • throddle,
  • trutles,
  • throttel,
  • throtel,
  • throttl,
  • throttleed,
  • throuttle,
  • throatle,
  • thrities,
  • throattle,
  • throtled,
  • throttlig,
  • fairytales.

Rhymes for Throttles:

  1. bottles;

Quotes for Throttles:

  1. The throttles could only move very, very slowly, always watching the temperature, always watching. And even in throttling back, you could bust it, even being very careful. Adolf Galland.
  2. That level of trade deficit throttles real growth in our country and continues the unfortunate path of selling out America. We are not winning the global trade war, we are losing it badly. Marcy Kaptur.

Adjectives for Throttles:

  • altogether gut-wrenching,
  • standard hands-on,
  • practically full,
  • old manual,
  • open main,
  • almost full,
  • gut-wrenching,
  • quick little,
  • little less,
  • obligatory,
  • unsteady,
  • fuller,
  • minimal,
  • overhead,
  • greasy,
  • partial,
  • electric,
  • top,
  • damn,
  • smooth,
  • normal,
  • dead,
  • usual,
  • reckless full,
  • self-designated,
  • hands-on,
  • half-closed,
  • outright,
  • teutonic,
  • balanced,
  • matchless,
  • erratic,
  • minimum,
  • rectangular,
  • sore,
  • greedy,
  • virtual,
  • vertical,
  • triple,
  • corresponding,
  • useless,
  • precious,
  • sure,
  • lower,
  • brave,
  • double,
  • hot,
  • important,
  • heavy,
  • less,
  • full open,
  • three-quarter,
  • chopped,
  • maximum,
  • remote,
  • exquisite,
  • bloody,
  • dry,
  • wonderful,
  • single,
  • single-engine full,
  • chronically leaky,
  • manual,
  • dual,
  • planetary,
  • generous,
  • slow,
  • wide,
  • multiple,
  • mechanical,
  • mental,
  • main,
  • little more,
  • wide open,
  • wide-open,
  • leaky,
  • twin,
  • low,
  • open,
  • full.
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