Blade synonyms

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A person who rows a boat, especially in a race.
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A short heavy sword with a curved single-edged blade, once used as a weapon by sailors.
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The most advanced or innovative position; the avant-garde
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The sword regarded as an instrument of death, destruction, etc.
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(Botany) Conspicuous bract, bract pair or ring of bracts at the base of an inflorescence.
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The sharp tusk of a wild boar.
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A small particle of something, such as salt, pollen, or sand.
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The definition of a knife is a tool with a sharp blade and a handle used for cutting or stabbing.
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The definition of a spear is a long, pointed tool used for fishing or hunting.
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(Nautical, often used attributively) A signal flag.
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The part of a vascular plant that is above ground, including the stem and leaves. The tips of shoots contain the apical meristem .
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Any of the flat, thin, expanded organs, usually green, growing laterally from the stem or twig of a plant: it usually consists of a broad blade, a petiole, or stalk, and stipules and is involved in the processes of photosynthesis and transpiration
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(Informal) A particular kind of action, situation, or behavior:
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(Informal) A chance to catch one’s breath.
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A piece of bone.
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(Games) A counter or marker formerly passed from one poker player to another to indicate an obligation, especially one's turn to deal.
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A patrol boat, especially a US Coast Guard ship that is at least 65 feet long and has accommodations for the crew.
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Dandy is defined as a very well-dressed, well-mannered man.
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A margin of superiority; an advantage:
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Gallant is defined as a man who is polite and attentive to women.
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A device consisting of a set of two or more twisted, airfoil-shaped blades mounted around a shaft and spun to provide propulsion of a vehicle through water or air, or to cause fluid flow, as in a pump. The lift generated by the spinning blades provides the force that propels the vehicle or the fluid—the lift does not have to result in an actual upward force; its direction is simply parallel to the rotating shaft.
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Either of two flat, triangular bones forming part of the shoulder. In humans and other primates, the scapulae lie on the upper part of the back on either side of the spine.
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A tool with a long, single-edged blade set at an angle on a long, curved handle, used in cutting long grass, grain, etc. by hand
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A tool consisting of a crescent-shaped blade with a short handle: used for cutting down tall grasses and weeds
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One of the sinuous foldings of a serpent or other reptile; a coil. [from 16th c.]
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(Informal) An expert.
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A weathervane.
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An association of positive qualities with a widely recognized name, as of a product line or celebrity:
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A honing steel, a tool used to sharpen or hone metal blades
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especially a leaf of grass or the broad portion of a leaf as distinct from the petiole
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A legendary sword of King Arthur, attributed with magical properties.
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A snowmobile.
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(Botany) One of the distinct parts of a compound leaf; a leaflet.
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A sheath that covers or envelopes, especially one that forms around the sequestrum of new bone
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A small motorized vehicle with skilike runners in front and tanklike treads, ridden by straddling a seat and used for driving in or traveling on snow.
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(Zoology) A newly sprouted feather.
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The leaf of a palm
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The flat, expanded part of a leaf; blade, as distinguished from the petiole
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Find another word for blade. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for blade, like: oar, cutlass, cutting-edge, sword, involucre, razor, grain, knife, spear, flag and shoot.