jar

jar
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n
vessel, urn, vase, Gk. and Rom. Antiq. amphora; container, receptacle, crock, cruse, pot, canister, can; jug, pitcher, ewer; carafe, decanter, flagon, bottle, demijohn, cruet, caster, flask, carboy.
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1. grate, rasp, scratch, squeak, screech, screak; jangle, clank, clatter, clang, clangor, clash, din.
2. rattle, vibrate, burr, buzz, hum; shake, agitate, stir; jounce, bounce, jog, joggle, jiggle; jolt, bump, jerk.
3.See jangle(def.2).
4. surprise, startle, shock, stun, stupefy; disconcert, take aback, Inf. faze, daunt, shake up; upset, unsettle, stir, disquiet, discompose, ruffle, fluster, befuddle, muddle, daze; trouble, bother, worry, disturb, perturb; chafe, nettle, irk, vex, gall, rankle, irritate, get on one's nerves, aggravate, annoy; offend, hit a sore spot, sting, cut, pierce.
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5. cacophony, stridor, stridence, stridency, dissonance; blare, blast, bong; jangle, clank, clatter, clang, clangor, clash, crash, din, racket; grating, rasp, rasping, scratching, squeak, screech, screak.
6. rattle, agitation, vibration, reverberation, buzz, burr, hum; shaking, trembling, tremble, quaver; shake, jolt, jerk, yank, bump, jounce, bounce, jog, joggle, jiggle, quake, stir; lurch, rock, sway.
7. shock, surprise, blow, stroke, turn, trauma; thunderclap, thunderbolt, bolt out of the blue, eye-opener.
8. quarrel, tiff, Brit. Dial. fratch, spat, dustup, squabble; argument, wrangle, altercation, dispute, Rare. disception, row, Inf. set-to; discord, disagreement, imbroglio, conflict, friction, contention; brawl, broil, feud, cross fire.

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