Part of speech:
A symbol (†) used as a reference mark or to indicate that a person listed has died
A small dagger with a slender, tapering blade.
(Informal) A particular kind of action, situation, or behavior:
A short heavy sword with a curved single-edged blade, once used as a weapon by sailors.
To divulge in a breach of confidence:
To make (a person) believe what is not true; delude; mislead
To force a way into or through; break through
To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
To supply with weapons or a weapon; arm.
The leaf of grasses or similar plants.
Any word beginning with s that is not normally taboo but is considered (often humorously) to be so in the given context; for example, socialism.
A detachable, daggerlike blade put on the muzzle end of a rifle, for hand-to-hand fighting
The effective or decisive element
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
A sword with a wide, usually two-edged blade that is designed for slashing rather than thrusting.
A dagger or stiletto.
(Archaic) A knife fight.
A significant, outstanding, or effective idea, argument, or suggestion:
A person who avoids work or duty.
Something like saliva, as the frothy secretion of certain insects
A kind of dirk formerly used in Scotland and Ireland
A narrow dagger used in medieval times to deliver the death stroke to a seriously wounded knight.
The definition of a tickler is something or someone that pleases or causes you to laugh because of a light sensation on your body.
A particular woody by-product of processing flax or hemp.
*To injure in an underhanded way
*To injure in an underhanded way
A sharp-edged cutting instrument used especially for shaving or cutting hair, especially from the face or legs.
To harm or damage in some way; be bad for
To thrust or plunge (a knife, etc.) into something
To cut meat in order to serve it.
To wound or hurt (someone's feelings, etc.) deeply; distress
To cut or divide into slices:
To form, shape, or work with a tool
To wound is defined as to injure or harm someone either physically or emotionally.
The tongue is crucial to speaking, eating, and swallowing.
A lightweight, embroidered shirt of Filipino origin, having a collar, a straight hem worn outside the pants, and buttons partway or all the way down the front.
A patrol boat, especially a US Coast Guard ship that is at least 65 feet long and has accommodations for the crew.
A large heavy knife with a broad blade, used as a weapon and an implement for cutting vegetation.
A Malay or Indonesian dagger having a wavy double-edged blade.
(Archaic) A coarse greyish double blanket worn by countrywomen, in the west of England, over the shoulders, like a cloak or shawl.
A small, light, straight knife with a very sharp blade, used by surgeons and in anatomical dissections
The edge is defined as the outside edge of an area, the sharp end of something or to a point right before something happens.
A tool consisting of a crescent-shaped blade with a short handle: used for cutting down tall grasses and weeds
Find another word for knife. In this page you can discover 59 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for knife, like: dagger, stiletto, lancet, bit, lance, cutlass, poniard, dirk, betray, cut and deceive.