Pronunciation of Butt
/bˈʌt/, /bˈʌt/, /b_ˈʌ_t/
Synonyms for butt:
coffin nail, fag, smoke, tobacco, CIG, cancer stick.
end, shaft (noun)
object of joking (noun)
bang up against with head (verb)
bowl, bunt, cant, cast, catapult, chuck, compel, drive, fire, flick, fling, goad, heave, hurl, impel, launch, lob, pelt, pitch, precipitate, prod, project, propel, push, ram, shove, shunt, sling, throw, thrust, toss.
touch, adjoin (verb)
aerosol, ampoule, atomizer, basin, bit, bottle, bristle, bucket, calibre, canteen, carafe, carton, cheroot, cigar, cigarette paper, cistern, cocktail shaker, collision, cylinder, decanter, demiJohn, dropper, ewer, fifth, filter tip, flagon, goatskin, gudgeon, ham, havana, holster, hot-water bottle, jeroboam, jig, jug, magnum, nicotine, oilcan, pail, peace pipe, phial, pipe cleaner, pitcher, prong, rabbit punch, reservoir, safety catch, shaker, shard, spanking, spray can, spray gun, tank, thermos, tine, vat, vial, wine cooler, Ort, stogie, ciggy, fire irons, hammer blow, ice bucket, jerrycan, panatella, razor blade, siphon bottle, stompie, the business end.
bath, bayonet, bore, briar, broomstick, caliber, drum, fall guy, flask, flint, fragment, gull, jest, lighter, neighbor, pigeon, pommel, pushover, ramrod, setup, sheath, silencer, slide, snuff, sock, tobacco, walloping, whiplash.
Usage examples for butt:
- And at the butt of the tree there were more cats. - "The King of Ireland's Son", Padraic Colum.
- Loudons held his cup out to be filled, blew on it, sipped, and then hunted on the ledge under the desk for the butt of the cigar he had half- smoked the evening before. - "The Return", H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire.
- " You imagine I'm trying to butt in with a lot of people that don't know me and don't want to know me. - "The Deluge", David Graham Phillips.
- In front of him, but far enough away so the goat could not butt him with his horns, which Nicknack tried to do, was a big, and not very nice- looking, dog. - "The Curlytops on Star Island", Howard R. Garis.
- I think I'd rather eat it than butt it. - "Abducted to Oz", Bob Evans and Chris Dulabone.