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1. sledgehammer

noun. ['ˈslɛdʒˌhæmɝ'] a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges.

Synonyms

  • maul
  • sledge

Etymology

  • hammer (English)
  • hamer (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sledge (English)
  • Sledge (English)

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Rhymes with Sledgehammer

  • goldhammer
  • gyllenhammar
  • jackhammer
  • krauthammer
  • lillehamer
  • lillehammer
  • programmer
  • shellhammer
  • swackhamer

Sentences with sledgehammer


1. Noun, singular or mass
Have your sledgehammer handy and raise the stand up with the point in the center of the hole.

2. Adjective
Push and hold the handle in the opening of the sledgehammer head.

2. sledgehammer

verb. ['ˈslɛdʒˌhæmɝ'] beat with a sledgehammer.

Synonyms

  • sledge

Etymology

  • hammer (English)
  • hamer (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • sledge (English)
  • Sledge (English)
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