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Containing alcohol or drugs, often without the informing those who partake

The large punch bowl has the special spiked punch, the small punch bowl is for the kids.

Simple past tense and past participle of spike
Having spikes
Of a graph or trend that has rapidly reached a maximum
equipped with long sharp-pointed projections especially along the top of a wall or fence; "the fence was iron and spiked along the top"
Furnished or set with spikes, as corn; fastened with spikes; stopped with spikes
Something that is spiked has one or more spikes on it. spiked railings
If someone has spiked hair, their hair is short and sticks up all over their head. see also spike
having a long sharp point
having a long sharp point equipped with long sharp-pointed projections especially along the top of a wall or fence; "the fence was iron and spiked along the top
past of spike
having alcohol added; "a cup of brandy-laced coffee"; "he drank too much of the spiked punch"
Spike
A male nickname

This book contains mostly humorous animal poems by poets such as Spike Milligan, Theodore Roethke, and Rudyard Kipling.

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a surge in power
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To attack from, usually, above the height of the net with the intent to send the ball straight to the floor of the opponent or off the hands of the opposing block
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An attack from, usually, above the height of the net performed with the intent to send the ball straight to the floor of the opponent or off the hands of the opposing block
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To add a small amount of one substance to another

The water sample to be tested has been spiked with arsenic, antimony, mercury, and lead in quantities commonly found in industrial effluents.

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Anything resembling such a nail in shape
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A sort of very large nail; also, a piece of pointed iron set with points upward or outward
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To covertly put alcohol or another intoxicating substance in a drink that previously did not contain such substances
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The casual ward of a workhouse

Dere's tay spikes, and cocoa spikes, and skilly spikes..

spike
A sharp peak in a graph
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(in plural spikes; informal) Running shoes with spikes in the soles
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To render (a gun) unusable by driving a metal spike into its touch hole

He jumped down, wrenched the hammer from the armourer’s hand, and seizing a nail from the bag, in a few moments he had spiked the gun. — Frederick Marryat, Peter Simple, 1834.

spike
{n} an ear of corn, great nail, pointed iron
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{v} to fasten, set or spoil with spikes
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A flower cluster in which sessile flowers grow along part of the length of the peduncle
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Upper part of the stem carrying the inflorescence
spike
Elongated cluster of small stalkless or very short stalked flowers at the upper end of stem
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To fasten with spikes, or long, large nails; as, to spike down planks
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(aka: "cleat") sharp tongs on the bottom of golf shoes to help keep a player's feet from slipping 'Soft Spikes' are a recent innovation that are made of plastic and leave less severe marks on the green Most courses require soft spikes and will not permit other types Example: "Greg's feet slipped as he swung because his spikes were all worn down "
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To kill something At one time, when editors were finished with a piece of paper, such as a story, headline or page proof, they would slam it down on an upright nail on their desk Then, they would know they were done with it, but could go back to it later if they needed to Today, many newsroom computers have a "spike" key for killing a story or file
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stand in the way of
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Any long pointed object can be referred to as a spike. Her hair stood out in spikes. a long spike of white flowers
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To hammer an iron spike into the touch hole so as to render a gun unusable
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To put alcohol or another intoxicating substance in a drink that previously did not contain such substances
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sports equipment consisting of a sharp point on the sole of a shoe worn by athletes; "spikes provide greater traction"
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a sharp-pointed projection along the top of a fence or wall
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n , v to hit the ball forcefully into the opponents' court
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(also "cleat") sharp tong(s) on the bottom of golf shoes to help keep a player's feet from slipping ("Soft Spikes" are a recent innovation that are made of plastic and purportedly leave less severe marks on putting greens) Example: If you don't walk carefully on putting greens you may leave monstrous spike/cleat marks, which are not much fun to putt over
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A flower cluster consisting of flowers growing directly from a central stalk
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To fix on a spike
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a long sharp-pointed implement (wood or metal)
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a protein protrusion on the envelope of a virus; HIV spikes are composed of the glycoprotein gp120
spike
A large metal-type nail that fastens the rails to the wooden ties
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a group of flowers arranged closely at the end of a shaft, and attached directly to the shaft
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{f} fasten or secure with a spike; pierce with a spike; provide with a spike; block, make ineffective (Slang); add alcoholic liquor to a drink (Slang); hit a ball downward (Volleyball)
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Running shoes with spikes in the soles
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An inflorescence of simple racemose type in which the flowers are stalkless (sessile)
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(botany) an indeterminate inflorescence bearing sessile flowers on an unbranched axis
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To stop the vent of (a gun or cannon) by driving a spike nail, or the like into it
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A type of inflorescence in which the flowers are attached directly to the stem without a stalk
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any holding device consisting of a long sharp-pointed object
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when a player throws the ball at the ground to celebrate a touchdown
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add alcohol beverages
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Spikes are a pair of sports shoes with pointed pieces of metal attached to the soles. They help runners' feet to grip the ground when they are running. see also spiked
spike
Sessile flower groups along an axis; where the younger flowers are toward the tip
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If there is a spike in the price, volume, or amount of something, the price, volume, or amount of it suddenly increases. Although you'd think business would have boomed during the war, there was only a small spike in interest
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A high voltage that occurs when there is a sudden, rapid voltage peak of up to 6,000 volts These spikes are usually the result of nearby lightning strikes, but there can be other causes as well The effects on vulnerable electronic systems can include loss of data and damaged circuit cards
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secure with spikes
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An elongated, unbranched inflorescence with the flowers or spikelets usually stalkless See drawing of inflorescence types
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a long metal nail
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fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
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Placed on the fingertips or knuckles (personal preference) and a maximum of 4 mm long Spikes aid in the acceleration of the sled after departing the start handles
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May be French Lavender (Lavandula Spica), other possiblities are Nardostachys jatamansi Valerianaceae - the source of roman perfume and Inula squarrosa Compositae - used as a medicine (Thanks to Cindy Renfrow) See notes on herbs
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secure with spikes stand in the way of
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pierce with a sharp stake or point; "impale a shrimp on a skewer"
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An adolescent male deer
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a transient variation in voltage or current
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{i} large nail; pointed piece of metal; young mackerel; unbranched antlers of a young deer; sudden rise or increase; flower stalk; ear of wheat or other grain; downward hit (Volleyball)
spike
A kind of inflorescence in which sessile flowers are arranged on an unbranched elongated axis
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An ear of grain
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A known amount of the analyte added to a sample for purposes of testing the accuracy of an analytical procedure The % recovery of the spike is often taken as a measure of the accuracy of the method
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a quick (typically minutes or hours) exploration by coding of an area the development team lacks confidence in The spike is concluded when you learn what you needed to learn So-called because a spike is "end to end, but very thin", like driving a spike all the way through a log See: SpikeSolution, ArchitecturalSpike, SpikeDescribed
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(botany) an indeterminate inflorescence bearing sessile flowers on an unbranched axis manifest a sharp increase; "the voltage spiked"
spike
A kind of flower cluster in which sessile flowers are arranged on an unbranched elongated axis
spike
manifest a sharp increase; "the voltage spiked"
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A overshoot line created erroneously by a scanner and its raster-vector software An anomalous data point that protrudes above or below an interpolated surface representing the distribution of the value of an attribute over an area
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a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline; "the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor"
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An ear of corn or grain
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Spike lavender
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sports equipment consisting of a sharp point on the sole of a shoe worn by athletes; "spikes provide greater traction" a long metal nail any holding device consisting of a long sharp-pointed object a long sharp-pointed implement (wood or metal) a sharp-pointed projection along the top of a fence or wall a transient variation in voltage or current a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline; "the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor" (botany) an indeterminate inflorescence bearing sessile flowers on an unbranched axis manifest a sharp increase; "the voltage spiked" add alcohol beverages bring forth a spike or spikes; "my hyacinths and orchids are spiking now" secure with spikes stand in the way of
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A spike is a long piece of metal with a sharp point. a 15-foot wall topped with iron spikes Yellowing receipts had been impaled on a metal spike
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An unbranched inflorescence in which the spikelets are sessile on the rachis (main axis)
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A spike involves a sudden marked jump in voltage, which can damage electronics and corrupt or destroy data
spike
a long metal nail any holding device consisting of a long sharp-pointed object a long sharp-pointed implement (wood or metal) a sharp-pointed projection along the top of a fence or wall a transient variation in voltage or current a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline; "the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor"
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To decide not to publish or make public
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bring forth a spike or spikes; "my hyacinths and orchids are spiking now"
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add alcohol beverages bring forth a spike or spikes; "my hyacinths and orchids are spiking now"
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To set or furnish with spikes
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an elongated inflorescence with the flowers not stalked
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