Other Words for Hack

Hack Adjective Synonyms
bark, cough
She was disgusted by the man's hacking and spitting.

chop, hew, lacerate, gash, slash, cut, mangle, butcher, mutilate, ruin, destroy, smash, batter, damage, deface
He hacked the furniture to pieces with an axe.

Hack Noun Synonyms
plodder, drudge, toiler, menial, flunkey, lackey, slave, fag, grind, swot
Fergus gets good grades because he's such a hack.

hackneyed, trite, banal, overdone, commonplace, routine, stereotyped, stock, tired, tedious, mediocre, overworked, stale, unoriginal, run-of-the-mill, humdrum, moth-eaten, mouldy, old hat
Haverstock keeps publishing hack romances.

saddle-horse, riding-horse, hackney, palfrey
The hack was a fine bay mare.

Hack Verb Synonyms
cut, gash, slash, chop
He took a hack at the log with his hatchet.

drudge, penny-a-liner, scribbler, Grub Street writer
We made a mistake hiring that hack as a feature writer.

More Words for Hack

Ruin / Slave / Tired / Cut / Stock

Hacker

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Hack-A-Shaq

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Hackled Band

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Hacksaw

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Novel Of Manners

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Victorian Period

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