Antonyms for pluck
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term pluck.
gutsiness, pluck, pluckiness(noun)
the trait of showing courage and determination in spite of possible loss or injury
the act of pulling and releasing a taut cord
pluck, tweak, pull off, pick off(verb)
pull or pull out sharply
"pluck the flowers off the bush"
fleece, cull, manage, bring off, surcharge, carry off, hustle, pick, deplume, hook, displume, tweak, fine-tune, pull off, pull, roll, overcharge, tear, soak, plunk, negociate, draw away, gazump, rob, deplumate, pick off, plume, draw off
hustle, pluck, roll(verb)
sell something to or obtain something from by energetic and especially underhanded activity
roll, vagabond, hook, wind, ramble, cull, wrap, range, rob, pick, stray, rove, wave, deplumate, twine, surcharge, soak, overcharge, pull off, cast, flap, pull, wander, gazump, hustle, plunk, plume, bustle about, revolve, roll up, swan, deplume, roll out, pick off, tramp, turn over, bustle, undulate, tear, drift, tweak, seethe, displume, fleece, roam, wheel
overcharge, soak, surcharge, gazump, fleece, plume, pluck, rob, hook(verb)
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
crochet, pride, hook, nobble, dress, congratulate, cull, abstract, preen, glom, douse, sneak, rob, drench, hit it up, lift, displume, pick off, pilfer, roll, swipe, surcharge, soak, overcharge, pull off, cop, accost, souse, pull, pawn, deplume, gazump, hustle, solicit, snare, dowse, snarf, shear, plunk, plume, primp, snitch, hock, tweak, pinch, filch, knock off, purloin, pick, deplumate, overload, thieve, sop, addict, cabbage, imbue, inebriate, tear, fleece, intoxicate
pluck, plunk, pick(verb)
pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion
"he plucked the strings of his mandolin"
roll, peck, hook, find fault, cull, flump, piece, blame, beak, plank, rob, pick, displume, break up, plonk, deplumate, surcharge, soak, overcharge, pull off, plump, pull, plop, clunk, dive, hustle, clean, foot, clump, plunk, plume, clop, deplume, plunge, pick off, nibble, plunk down, tear, tweak, plump down, gazump, fleece
pluck, pull, tear, deplume, deplumate, displume(verb)
strip of feathers
"pull a chicken"; "pluck the capon"
roll, shoot, hook, pull in, attract, cull, overstretch, perpetrate, commit, rob, pick, snap, deplumate, rive, surcharge, soak, overcharge, pull off, buck, draw out, pull, get out, take out, gazump, hustle, root for, bust, plunk, plume, charge, deplume, pull up, pick off, shoot down, pull out, force, draw, tear, rend, tweak, draw in, extract, rip, displume, rupture, fleece
pick, pluck, cull(verb)
look for and gather
"pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"
fleece, foot, clean, nibble, hustle, pick, surcharge, beak, deplume, gazump, hook, overcharge, tweak, pull off, pull, roll, displume, find fault, tear, soak, plunk, blame, piece, break up, rob, peck, deplumate, pick off, plume, cull
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How to use pluck in a sentence?
Old birds are hard to pluck.
A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck.
Flowers are the beautiful hairs of the Mother Spring! Don’t pluck them!
Never pluck flowers if you love them, for a thorn loves them more than you do.
The Puritan through life’s sweet garden goes to pluck the thorn and cast away the rose.
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