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butt1 British & World English

(Of a person or animal) hit (someone or something) with the head or horns

butt2 British & World English

The person or thing at which criticism or ridicule is directed

butt3 British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

butt4 British & World English

A cask, typically used for wine, beer, or water

butt1 English Thesaurus

she butted him in the chest

butt2 English Thesaurus

she had just been made the butt of a joke

butt3 English Thesaurus

the butt of a gun

butt4 English Thesaurus

a butt of brandy

butt end in butt3 British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

kick ass British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick someone's ass British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

ream someone's ass British & World English

Criticize or rebuke someone

work one's ass off British & World English

Work extremely hard

butt in British & World English

Interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity

butt out British & World English

Stop interfering

butt ugly British & World English

(Chiefly of a person) extremely unattractive

half-butt British & World English

A long billiard cue about 2.4 m (8 feet) in length

butt heads British & World English

Engage in conflict or be in strong disagreement

butt hinge British & World English

A hinge attached to the abutting surfaces of a door and a door jamb

butt joint British & World English

(Of wood, metal, etc.) a joint formed by two surfaces abutting at right angles

butt naked British & World English

Completely naked

water butt British & World English

A large barrel used for catching and storing rainwater

hustle one's butt British & World English

Move or act quickly

butt in in butt1 British & World English

Interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity

kick ass in kick1 British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

butt heads in butt1 British & World English

Engage in conflict or be in strong disagreement

butt British & World English

The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon

headbutt British & World English

An aggressive and forceful thrust with the top of the head into the face or body of another person

kick someone's ass in kick1 British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

ream someone's ass in ream2 British & World English

Criticize or rebuke someone

butt in in butt1 English Thesaurus

he butted in on our conversation


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