Synonyms of baton
stickDictionary • I could see a baton being used vigorously.
stick • Crowds armed with sticks and stones took to the streets.
club • Men armed with knives and clubs attacked his home.
staff • We carried a staff that was notched at various lengths.
stake • Drive in a stake before planting the tree.
pole • The sign hung at the top of a large pole.
rod • It was a witch-doctor's rod.
mace • a life-size statue of the king holding a golden mace
wand • a magician's wand
truncheon (British) • He swung his truncheon at him, knocking him to the ground.
mere (New Zealand)
patu (New Zealand)
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clubA club is a thick heavy stick that can be used as a weapon.
• Men armed with knives and clubs attacked his home.
maceA mace is an ornamental stick carried by an official or placed somewhere as a symbol of authority.
• a life-size statue of the king holding a golden mace
poleA pole is a long thin piece of wood or metal, used especially for supporting things.
• The sign hung at the top of a large pole.
Thesaurus for baton from the Collins English Thesaurus
a thin stick used by the conductor of an orchestra, choir, etc, to indicate rhythm or expression