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Leaves of grass
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In-line skates, for short
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n. (plural of blade English)
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Word definitions in Wikipedia
A blade - one of humanity's oldest tools - can be used for A blade is the portion of a tool, weapon, or machine with an edge that is designed to cut and/or puncture, stab, slash, chop, slice, thrust, or scrape surfaces or materials. Blade or blades may...
Usage examples of blades.
From just below her shoulder blades to the base of her spine, her back was a ridged mess of criss-crossing scars.
He looked back and saw his followers: millions of them, millions of Blades, all himself and all on black chargers.
The lances themselves were little more than javelins, short and with heavy blades, razor sharp.
Blade noticed that they were slightly flattened at the ends as well, like the blades of gigantic shovels.
All six carried spears as tall as they were, with broad leaf-shaped iron blades nearly two feet long.
There were enough things to keep three Richard Blades busy, an idea that Neena found rather amusing.
He was ankle-deep in marsh and the ground was already spiked with grass blades, bright green in the setting sun, when Don came hurtling in.
The trees on either side looked like pines and stood eighty or a hundred feet tall, but they were bending like blades of grass in the storm.
Once laid on the forge coals, the iron heated quicklyat least compared to the finished blades and higher-tech alloys he had been working.
His hands flew to the handles and the gleaming blades leaped clear of their scabbards.
But three shots struck him in the middle of his back, between his shoulder blades, and he was hurled forward to crash into the unyielding iron gate.
Between the shoulder blades was an extraordinary hump, a trait characteristic of the grizzly bear, not the black.
The Bowie and the carving knife produced muted clangs as the blades met again and again.
Fists and blades rained down upon the wood, and the press of bodies kept the door a foot from the jamb, preventing him from doing more than temporarily thwarting the serfs.
For an instant panic tried to reassert control, until he gritted his teeth, tensed his steely sinews and swept both knives in a flashing arc, burying a Bowie in each crimson eye, sinking the sharp blades all the way to the hilts.