The image with fish, catch Oleksandr Svitlovskyi - Dreamstime . These are the answers pixwords for your search. To make a more accurate selection of responses pixwords choose the exact number of letters of that word - including spaces. The results will definitely surprise you and will help you get to the next level of the game PixWords.
pike 1 (pīk)n. A long spear formerly used by infantry.tr.v. piked, pik·ing, pikes To attack or pierce with a pike.[French pique, from Old French, from piquer, to prick; see pique.]piked adj.pike 2 (pīk)n. pl. pike or pikes 1. A freshwater game and food fish (Esox lucius) of the Northern Hemisphere that has a long snout and attains a length of over 1.2 meters (4 feet). Also called northern pike.2. Any of various fishes closely related to this fish, such as the muskellunge or the pickerels.3. Any of various fishes that resemble this fish.[Middle English, perhaps from Old English pīc, sharp point (from its shape).]pike 3 (pīk)n.1. A turnpike.2. a. A tollgate on a turnpike.b. A toll paid.intr.v. piked, pik·ing, pikes To move quickly.Idiom: come down the pike Slang To come into prominence: a policy ... allowing for little flexibility if an important new singer comes down the pike (Christian Science Monitor).[Short for turnpike.]pike 4 (pīk)n. Chiefly British A hill with a pointed summit.[Middle English, possibly of Scandinavian origin.]pike 5 (pīk)n. A spike or sharp point, as on the tip of a spear.[Middle English, from Old English pīc.]pike6Tan