Definition of punch :
1. A for making indentations or dots in a piece of work, as for suspension between lathe centers, etc.
2. A for punching holes in sheet metal, having a small conical center to insure correct locating.
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perforate (part of speech: verb)
impulse (part of speech: noun)
perforator (part of speech: noun)
tool (part of speech: noun)
grindstone, posthole auger, band saw, sickle, mallet, hedge trimmer, file, lathe, shears, square, hatchet, chain saw, crosscut saw, cold chisel, spoke shave, planer, tool, level, hacksaw, spade, wedge, stapler, calipers, jointer, auger, bow saw, shovel, wrecking bar, sledgehammer, claw hammer, emery wheel, screwdriver, chisel, trowel, miter box, welder, handsaw, crowbar, ball-peen hammer, snips, back saw, scythe, saw, spanner, scissors, lug wrench, plane, coping saw, tire iron, vise, grapnel, radial arm saw, jackknife, scroll saw, hammer, circular saw, edger, wrench, axe, pickax, drill, machete, awl, pick, bench drill, buzz saw, arc welder, jigsaw, table saw, drill press, tin snips, hoe, keyhole saw, pliers, pipe wrench, knife, monkey wrench, ripsaw, gouge
beverage (part of speech: noun)
motivate (part of speech: verb)
heave, propel, foment, encourage, launch, catapult, hurl, move, provoke, hurtle, motivate, shoot, inspire, impel, lob, ferment, induce, instigate, urge, ram, drive, hasten, energize, jostle, prompt, throw, fling, entice, trigger, stimulate, goad, magnetize, fire
authority (part of speech: noun)
influence, title, commission, powerfulness, control, primacy, might, office, purview, potency, strength, credential, puissance, superiority, sway, enfranchisement, stature, clout, privilege, charge, kingship, license, steam, seniority, prerogative, mastery, power, precedence, prepotency, command, authority, right, empowerment, mandate, domination, birthright, prestige, entitlement, rank, sovereignty, faculty, mightiness, force, cogency
- But you, Augustus, you, and she smiled upon me till I grew as dizzy as after my first taste of milk- punch, I have not the courage to let you go off with any bad impression of me. - "Cecil Castlemaine's Gage, Lady Marabout's Troubles, and Other Stories", Ouida.
- To one who knows the African savage as he is, such an assertion is worth a whole volume of Punch. - "Primitive Love and Love-Stories", Henry Theophilus Finck.
- Now punch that button! - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.