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aggressive, antagonistic, hostile; unpeaceful, unpacif ic, warlike, jingoistic, militant; unfriendly, threatening, contending, battling, fighting; quarrelsome, argumentative, litigious, disputatious, contentious; fractious, irritable, irascible, ill-tempered, disagreeable, discordant. puke, v. vomit, retch, regurgitate, throw up, SI. frow up, heave, spit up, spew up, disgorge; be sick to one's stomach, be nauseated, nauseate, Inf. have the throw-ups, get the dry heaves; be seasick, have mal de mer, turn green; All SI. barf, upchuck, toss one's cookies, return one's breakfast, blow lunch.

pulchritude, n. beauty, loveliness, comeliness, personableness, attractiveness, Scot. bonniness, prettiness, gorgeousness; grace, elegance, delicacy, radiance.

pulchritudinous, adj. beautiful, Literary, beauteous, comely, fair, fair of face, lovely, pretty, Scot. bonny, Fr. joli; personable, seemly, sightly, attractive, well-favored, SI. easy on the eyes, SI. not hard to look at, Inf eye-filling, good-looking; shapely, well-proportioned, with an hourglass figure, SI. built, SI. stacked, SI. built like a brick outhouse, SI. zaftig, voluptuous, SI. volumptuous; handsome, elegant, graceful; winsome, engaging, charming, fetching, pleasant; in full bloom, glowing, rosy-cheeked.

pule, v. whine, whimper, peep, snivel, mew, meow; cry, weep, sniffle.

pull, v. 1. draw, draft, hale, Physiol, adduct; puff, take a puff or drag, suck in, inspire, inhale, breathe in, drink in; haul, lug, drag, transport; tow, take in tow, row, lead, Naut. warp, Naut. kedge; draggle, trail, trawl, troll.
2. tug, yank, snake, hitch, hike; tweak, twitch, nip, twinge, vellicate.
3. tear, rip, rend, tear
or rip out or away or apart, disjoint, dismember; strain, stretch, overexert; wrench, sprain, twist.
4.
pluck, snatch out, pick out, extract, take or pull out or off, tear or rip out or off; wrest, pry out, extort, wring out, exact; remove, withdraw, produce; uproot, root out, deracinate, dig up, weed or dig out.
5. strip, pick clean, deplume, displume; unclothe, unsheathe, divest; denude, denudate, bare.
6. attract, magnetize, allure, lure, decoy; invite, entice, interest, catch [s.o.'s] eye, captivate, capture [s.o.'s] fancy, fascinate.
-n. 7. draw, draft, haul, lug,
(of an oar) stroke; drag, puff, inhalation, breath; tug, yank, hitch; hike; wrest, snatch, grasp, clutch, catch; tweak, twitch, twinge, nip.
8. force, forcefulness, power, pulling power, powerfulness, strength, might, energy,
Inf. steam; effort, work, exertion, strain; drag, tug, traction; magnetism, magnetic force or intensity, gravity, Physics, gravitation, Both Elect, gauss, oersted; attraction, lure, allurement, enticement, appeal, drawing power; attractiveness, seduction, seductiveness, interest, charm, winsomeness, charisma, Sp. duende; influence, authority, authoritativeness, dominance, weight, leverage, hold, sway, Inf muscle, Inf clout.
9. handle, knob, hold, bail, grip, hilt, halt, helve; lever, trigger, crank, shank, shaft, handle bar,
Print. rounce.

pulp, n. 1. marrow, flesh, pith, succulent part, soft part, heart.
2. mash, mush, squash; paste, pomace, ooze, slush, pap, dough; gluten, gel, gelatin, starch; jelly, curd, batter; poultice, butter,
Fr. Cookery. pStŁ; wood pulp, papier-mSch6.
3. sensational magagine, thriller, lurid literature; cheap books
or magazines, Inf yellow journalism, tabloid, coarse or vulgar periodicals, Inf. girlie magazines,

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