Noun(1) a short heavy curved sword with one edge; formerly used by sailors
(1) I only managed to escape by battling my way out of prison with a whittled down toothbrush for a cutlass and grenades fashioned from moist prison socks.(2) Our blades met, and he slid his thick cutlass along the length of my sword so that they were hilt-to-hilt.(3) As he stood there defenseless, the sailor was about to plunge his cutlass into him for the last time.(4) During his acceptance speech, a skinny looking guy dressed as a pirate will run on to the stage wielding a cutlass and a musket - none shall survive.(5) I could start carrying a cutlass or rapier around for good measure, and cultivate a fine waxed moustache and goatee while wearing a bandanna on my head.(6) We can arm ourselves with guns and shove a cutlass under our car seat.(7) Around his wide waist was a braided leather belt which held the usual pirate's weapons of a cutlass and pistol as well as an ax and two smaller daggers.(8) At sea, cutlasses became common issue in the 18th century for most navies and officers were equipped with swords and dirks in much the same way as their military counterparts.(9) Sailors' cutlasses , when carried on parade, always are hooked up to a belt.(10) The zombies clearly used to be pirates before they died, as they used cutlasses and daggers - typical pirate weapons.(11) Again, that's great stuff for kids - it's pirates, it's pistols, it's cutlasses , it's galleons and sloops and swords.(12) For example, you use lumber for buildings and ships, iron ore for cutlasses and muskets, and sugarcane for rum.(13) Yet I was lost in the haze of the impending battle, my eyes fazed and bedazzled by the brilliant flash of swords and cutlasses .(14) Dogs, cutlasses , stones and cudgels, licensed firearms, if available, everything that's readily at hand should be brought to bear on the situation in defence of a neighbour under criminal attack.(15) The crew snarled like roused curs, and some made as if to stand, hands clasping the hilts of cutlasses and swords, daggers and stilettos.(16) They cheered, drawing their swords and cutlasses .
1. cutlass ::
2. dagger ::
3. scimitar ::
4. handjar ::
Different Formscutlass, cutlasses
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