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canaliculus a small bodily channel or tubular passage, such as a tear duct, or a tiny groove, as in a bone.
chew to tear or grind between the teeth; masticate. [2/7 definitions]
claw to scratch, tear, dig, or pull with or as if with claws. [2/6 definitions]
darning the act of mending a hole or tear, esp. by using interwoven stitches. [1/2 definitions]
demolish to tear down or raze (a building or the like). [1/4 definitions]
dismantle to tear down; take apart. [1/2 definitions]
dismember to sever or tear the members or limbs from. [1/2 definitions]
excoriate to abrade or tear away the skin of. [1/2 definitions]
fritter1 to shred or tear into small bits. [1/3 definitions]
heteronym a word that is spelled the same as another but has a different pronunciation and meaning, such as "tear," meaning "to rip," and "tear," meaning the liquid discharge from the eye.
laceration a rough, jagged tear or injury, esp. a wound or cut. [1/2 definitions]
lachrymator a substance such as tear gas that causes tears by irritating the eyes.
lacrimal bone the thin membrane bone that forms the front part of the inner wall of each eye socket, near the tear glands.
level to tear down or destroy. [1/15 definitions]
patch a small piece of material, esp. fabric, applied to a larger piece of the same or similar material to cover a hole or tear, or to strengthen a weakened place. [1/10 definitions]
peel1 to pull, tear, or cut the outer covering from. [1/6 definitions]
perforation a hole or series of small holes, esp. such as is made to cause paper, stamps, or the like to tear more easily. [1/2 definitions]
pull to tear in a specified way. [1/16 definitions]
raven2 to feed on greedily; tear into. [1/4 definitions]
raze to knock down or tear down (a structure); level.
rend to tear or separate into pieces with force or violence. [2/4 definitions]