axe axe  /ˈæks/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
  2. (v) chop or split with an ax
  3. (v) terminate

Synonym(s)

ax

Usage(s):

  1. axe bodyspray's success with teen boys is making its competitors sweat.
  2. Baber: Lets assume this is a person you know has done a great job, because, as we all know, the axe falls on the worthy and the unworthy.
  3. All three of these factors put an axe to the neck of the horror and crime comics of the early 50s, and abruptly aborted one of the great explosions of vox-pop literature.

News

  1. Local business catches fire

    The Bad Axe office of the Huron County View, a weekly local newspaper, caught fire this morning. See Tuesday's Huron Daily Tribune for details.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Huron Daily Tribune

  2. Woman is no longer missing

    Tribune Staff Reports BAD AXE — A 29-year-old woman that was reported missing by her family contacted the Bad Axe Police Department on Friday and is no longer considered a missing person.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Huron Daily Tribune

  3. Bad Axe City Council is scheduled to vote on a proposed 2013-14 budget

    BAD AXE — The Bad Axe City Council is scheduled to vote on a proposed 2013-14 budget at its meeting next week.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Huron Daily Tribune

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Quotes

  1. Gurria said deficit cuts should be done extra carefully and governments will "have to do a fine type of surgery instead of using an axe."
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: José Ángel Gurría Source: The Canadian Press

  2. General Secretary Mark Serwotka added: "This announcement creates further uncertainty with little or no detail of where the axe will fall and comes as a huge blow to the workforce in the time of economic turmoil."
    on Oct 8, 2008 By: Mark Serwotka Source: BBC News

  3. "When they were prevented from attacking him by his followers the Christians hit someone with an axe and one Hindu died," Giriraj Kishore told reporters in New Delhi.
    on Dec 26, 2005 By: Kishore Kumar Source: 940 News

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