Definition of Bigstick

1. threatening military force [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bigstick

bigotedness
bigotries
bigotry
bigots
bigraded
bigram
bigraph
bigraphs
bigravity
bigs
bigs up
bigscale
bigscales
bigshot
bigshots
bigstick (current term)
bigtime
bigtooth
bigtooth aspen
bigtoothed aspen
biguanide
biguanides
biguine
bigwig
bigwigs
bigyrotropic
biharmonic
bihemisphered
bihemispheric
biholomorphic

Literary usage of Bigstick

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1. Merrie England in the Olden Time by George Daniel (1842)
""THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BONASSUS, OR THE bigstick MEMOIRS." " All the world's a caravan ... Mr. bigstick paused, glared ghastly terrible and ghostly grim. ..."

2. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1917)
"bigstick LAKE DRAINAGE BASIN General Description bigstick is one of the largest lakes in the northern Cypress Hills district. It is situated about Township ..."

3. The Conservation of the Wild Life of Canada by Charles Gordon Hewitt (1921)
"bigstick Lake, twenty miles north of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. The land here is very poor farming land— stony near the lake, and sticky alkali on the low ..."

4. Proceedings of a Conference of Governors (1909)
"I remember it well, for it was the summer when he of " bigstick " newspaper notoriety filled the whole earth with his fame as a peacemaker by bringing ..."

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