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Striker vs. Mystic

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Strikernoun

An individual who is on strike.

Mysticadjective

Of, or relating to mystics, mysticism or occult mysteries; mystical.

‘a mystic dance’;

Strikernoun

Someone or something that hits someone or something else.

Mysticadjective

Mysterious and strange; arcane, obscure or enigmatic.

Strikernoun

A blacksmith's assistant who wields the sledgehammer.

Mysticnoun

Someone who practices mysticism.

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Strikernoun

A piece used to push other pieces toward the pockets in the Asian game of carom.

Mysticadjective

Remote from or beyond human comprehension; baffling human understanding; unknowable; obscure; mysterious.

‘Heaven's numerous hierarchy spanThe mystic gulf from God to man.’; ‘God hath revealed a way mystical and supernatural.’;

Strikernoun

(soccer) One of the players on a team in football (soccer) in the row nearest to the opposing team's goal, who are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals.

Mysticadjective

Importing or implying mysticism; involving some secret meaning; allegorical; emblematical; as, a mystic dance; mystic Babylon.

‘Thus, then, did the spirit of unity and meekness inspire every joint and sinew of the mystical body.’;

Strikernoun

An officer's servant or orderly.

Mysticadjective

employing mysticism; as, mystical intuition; mystical explanations; - contrasted to logical, rational, analytical.

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Strikernoun

The batter.

Mysticnoun

One given to mysticism; one who holds mystical views, interpretations, etc.; especially, in ecclesiastical history, one who professed mysticism. See Mysticism.

Strikernoun

(cricket) The batsman who is currently facing the bowler and defending his wicket.

Mysticnoun

someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension

Strikernoun

(obsolete) A harpoon.

Mysticadjective

having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding;

‘mysterious symbols’; ‘the mystical style of Blake’; ‘occult lore’; ‘the secret learning of the ancients’;

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Strikernoun

(obsolete) A harpooner.

Mysticadjective

relating to or resembling mysticism;

‘mystical intuition’; ‘mystical theories about the securities market’;

Strikernoun

(obsolete) An inexperienced member of a ship's crew.

‘green hand’;

Mysticadjective

relating to or characteristic of mysticism;

‘mystical religion’;

Strikernoun

(obsolete) A wencher; a lewd man.

Strikernoun

A blackmailer in politics.

Strikernoun

One whose political influence can be bought.

Strikernoun

One who, or that which, strikes; specifically, a blacksmith's helper who wields the sledge.

Strikernoun

A harpoon; also, a harpooner.

‘Wherever we come to an anchor, we always send out our strikers, and put out hooks and lines overboard, to try fish.’;

Strikernoun

A wencher; a lewd man.

Strikernoun

A workman who is on a strike.

Strikernoun

A blackmailer in politics; also, one whose political influence can be bought.

Strikernoun

a forward on a soccer team

Strikernoun

someone receiving intensive training for a naval technical rating

Strikernoun

an employee on strike against an employer

Strikernoun

someone who hits;

‘a hard hitter’; ‘a fine striker of the ball’; ‘blacksmiths are good hitters’;

Strikernoun

the part of a mechanical device that strikes something

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