Definition of switch:
leaf, hurl, refilling, batter, smash, crack, stinger, thread, beat, wallop, flogger, rap, transformation, contrive, fault, poke, chastise, modify, hold, whisk, replacing, trade in, claw, bang, renew, stir, swish, assemble, riffle, give, throw away, fillip, set up, thud, transfer, successor, frisk, tag on, tack together, knock, slam, lever, haymaker, wham, sell, drop, master switch, reposition, turn into, slug, twitch, knob, befuddle, sock, tack on, larrup, filament, clout, douse, exchange, jump, strike, lurch, electrical switch, thrust, switch over, chop, belabor, whop, bat, stick, sky, understudy, two-handed, toss, pound, swipe, shift key, conquer, alternate, swap, rearrange, shifting, put together, swat, cast off, replenishment, surpass, replacement, trade, beach, bite, worst, string, deal, lick, reversal, bust, bop, bedevil, break, project, pause, make into, make, belt, castigate, switching, pick, flick, gore, smite, riff, relieve, pelt, hook, scourge, clap, shake off, flip, cudgel, counterchange, cast, defeat, length, waggle, transpose, burrow, flip out, welt, deepen, teddy, flip over, flip-flop, thwack, transposition, work shift, overcome, turn, merchandise, fuddle, smack, buck, baste, vary, strip, slap, pommel, bemuse, shimmy, give way, hack, slip, bash, reverse, flog, tack, tilt, alter, hang on, biff, pole, stroke, thumb, bristle, panel, thump, box, transmutation, convert, pitch, confuse, renewal, interchange, have, heterotaxy, cuff, geological fault, piece, thrash, faulting, buffet, plump, punch, agitate, spring, stripe, permutation, shift, wobble, surrogate, spank, make way (for), dab, commutation, fast forward, console, line, dial, control, shed, clip, revise, discombobulate, ambidextrous, take turns, release, duty period, throw off, sack, change over, confound, append, hit, substitution, budge, dislodge, fox, bastinado, succeed, careen, swop, bewilder, electric switch, wear round, transform, bruise, chemise, whack, fracture, turn over, vanquish, throw.
- changes (part of speech: noun)
- substitute (part of speech: verb)
- substitution (part of speech: noun)
punishment device (part of speech: noun)
- solitary confinement,
- bull whip,
- electric chair,
- whipping post,
- birch rod,
- torture chamber,
- gas chamber,
- "The Necromancers", Robert Hugh Benson.
- "Love of Brothers", Katharine Tynan.
- "Openings in the Old Trail", Bret Harte.