Ram

All Noun Verb
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  • I answered over five hundred questions and rammed home one or two points. Cited from The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent, by S.M. Hussey
  • After two seasons, he was released but later re-signed by the Rams.
  • They would win their second crown a year later against the Rams.
  • Miss Ram's next words caused him to start in his seat. Cited from Once Aboard The Lugger, by A.S.M. Hutchinson
  • The shape of the ram's head should be studied for the same reason. Cited from The Principles of Breeding, by S. L. Goodale
  • The victory also marked the team's fourth straight victory over the Rams.
  • Within this the ram was hung so that it could be used against the wall.
  • Smith took two important things away from his experience as an assistant coach for the Rams.
  • The structure is thus similar to a rammed earth structure, and may be extremely strong.
  • Rams has also directed music videos for various artists, in addition to art films.
  • Video card RAM is necessary to keep the entire screen image in memory.
  • The two get married with Ram's father's help and lead a happy life.
  • This difference in pressure due to ram air is called impact pressure.
  • I got in a good one right on the ram's nose. Cited from Laddie, by Gene Stratton Porter
  • Then, to stop his voice, they cut away his lips and rammed a red-hot iron into his mouth. Cited from Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut
  • His hands were in his pockets, his hat rammed down over his eyes. Cited from The Bars of Iron, by Ethel May Dell
  • The ram's head also remained and was now given the largest section of the shield.
  • The train rammed a small shop, passed through it and stopped at the square behind it.
  • Like the Congress, she lay upon a sand bar, beyond fear of ramming. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • So we returned, and on our last night at sea we were rammed and sunk. Cited from Charles Rex, by Ethel M. Dell
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Meaning of Ram

  • noun A tool for driving or forcing something by impact
  • noun Uncastrated adult male sheep
    a British term is `tup'
  • verb Strike or drive against with a heavy impact
    ram the gate with a sledgehammer, pound on the door