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Correct spelling:
skewer
Definition:
A pin of wood or metal for fastening meat to a spit, or for keeping it in form while roasting.

Synonyms:

noun
artifact
skewer.
cutting tool
knife.
fastener
fastening, fastener, bolt, staple, rivet, stay, splice, zipper, hawser, anchor, spike, link, cleat, hasp, rabbet, guy, knitting, middleman, clamp, hinge, belt, cinch, bracket, glue, clinch, weld, bonding, lock, hitch, binder, medium, go-between, cotter, brad, brace, bond, tack, catch, nail, braid, lace, chain, mucilage, cement, button, seal, suture, ligament, Vinculum, clip, latch, closure, buckle, thread, coupling, stitch, string, vise, band, connector, clasp, binding, snap, pin, strap, twine, tie, fuse, knot, hook, agent, mediator, grapnel, cincture, paste.
needle
barb, gimlet, fishhook, harpoon, pike, thumbtack, quill, awl, spine, prong, hat pin.
perforator
auger, gouge, spur, tip, bore, puncture, thorn, point, stick, arrow, blade, needle, punch, Perforator, spear, lance, die, poker, drill, penetrator, bit.
rod
pin, pick, Brochette, lance, spit, truss.
weapon
spear.
verb
contact
spit, skewer.
perforate
poke, penetrate, pierce, perforate.
Examples of usage:
  1. She bore a huge skewer of barbequed beef chunks, and a hunk of bread not unlike Homer's own. – Border, Breed Nor Birth by Dallas McCord Reynolds
  2. Here, too, is the old silver skewer I've been wanting for years- they make the most charming paper- knives in the world- and this gold cigarette- case will just do for your smaller Sullivans." – A Thief in the Night by E. W. Hornung
  3. Ha, that'll skewer espionage satellites like swatting flies! – The Creature from Cleveland Depths by Fritz Reuter Leiber
  4. Lay them on a hot tin that the paste may rise and fry them in lard not too hot, turning them with a skewer. – Dressed Game and Poultry à la Mode by Harriet A. de Salis
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