Part of speech:
(Caribbean) A machete.
A curved Asian sword with the edge on the convex side.
I didn't appreciate his particular brand of flattery.
A fencing sword with a bowl-shaped guard and a long, narrow, fluted blade that has no cutting edge and tapers to a blunted point.
A light, sharp-pointed sword lacking a cutting edge and used only for thrusting.
A heavy cavalry sword with a one-edged, slightly curved blade.
A leaflike, rounded space or design between cusps or in windows, etc., as in Gothic architecture
A sword, especially a short, broad sword with a convex cutting edge and a sharp point, used in medieval times.
A small sword
A sword, especially a broadsword.
A sword with a wide, usually two-edged blade that is designed for slashing rather than thrusting.
Shaped like a sword, as the leaf of an iris.
The propeller arm or rotary vane itself
A symbol (†) used as a reference mark or to indicate that a person listed has died
A long, straight dagger
A traditional Malay double-edged dagger, often, specif., one having a wavy blade
A fine-tempered sword or sword blade made in Toledo, Spain
To turn (a craft) or make a shift to the port side:
(Anat., Zool.) Shaped like a sword; ensiform
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