Synonyms of butt in English

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verb

1‘she butted him in the chest’

SYNONYMS
ram, headbutt, bunt
bump, buffet, push, thrust, shove, prod, knock
Northern English tup

Synonyms of butt in English

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butt2


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noun

1‘she had just been made the butt of a joke’

SYNONYMS
target, victim, object, subject, recipient, laughing stock, Aunt Sally

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noun

1‘the butt of a gun’

SYNONYMS
stock, shaft, shank, end, handle, hilt, haft, grip, helve

2‘a cigarette butt’

SYNONYMS
stub, end, tail end, stump, remnant, remains, remainder
informal fag end, dog end

3‘he was just sitting on his butt doing nothing’

SYNONYMS
buttocks, bottom, cheeks, hindquarters, haunches, rear, rump, rear end, backside, seat
derrière
Sitzfleisch
technical nates
informal behind, sit-upon, stern, BTM, tochus, rusty dusty
British informal bum, botty, prat, jacksie
Scottish informal bahookie
North American informal fanny, tush, tushie, tail, duff, buns, booty, caboose, heinie, patootie, keister, tuchis, bazoo, bippy
West Indian informal batty, rass
humorous fundament, posterior
British vulgar slang arse, clunge
North American vulgar slang ass
archaic breech

verb

1‘the shop butted up against the row of houses’

SYNONYMS
adjoin, abut, butt up to, be next to, be adjacent to, border, border on, neighbour, verge on, bound on, be contiguous with, be connected to, communicate with, link up with, extend as far as, extend to
join, conjoin, connect to, connect with, touch, meet
ANTONYMS

be separate from


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butt4


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noun

1‘a butt of brandy’

SYNONYMS
barrel, cask, keg, vat, tun, pipe
tub, tank, cistern, bin, drum, canister, basin
rare kid, kier, keeve

Phrases

    butt in

    ‘he butted in on our conversation’


    SYNONYMS
    interrupt, break in, cut in, chime in, interject, interpose, intervene
    interfere, interfere with, put one's oar in
    informal poke one's nose in, poke one's nose into
    British informal chip in
    ANTONYMS

    keep out, keep out of