bayonet bayonet  /ˈbeɪ ə ˌnɛt/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon
  2. (v) stab or kill someone with a bayonet

Usage(s):

  1. A bayonet stuck into paunchy Tom Shaw, genial Laborite War Secretary, would have to be fairly long to take effect.
  2. And most people, she observes, can't deal with sticking a bayonet between the eyes.
  3. He was stabbed twice by a bayonet, had his shoulder smashed by a rifle butt and endured the angry kicks and punches of the mob that discovered him.

News

  1. Salinas officers honored at awards dinner

    Five Salinas police officers received Awards of Merit and a Distinguished Service Award was bestowed on one officer during the Monterey County Peace Officers Association Awards Dinner held Wednesday at the Bayonet Black Horse Golf Club in Seaside, the Sal
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Salinas Californian

  2. Florence man accused of threatening father with bayonet

    A 25-year-old Florence man is facing felony assault charges after he allegedly threatened his father with a rifle tipped with a 14-inch-long bayonet.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Ravalli Republic

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Quotes

  1. "In the face of these challenges, Iraq is the tip of the bayonet" and the international community must help in combating this terror, al-Maliki said after a speech at the Khoei Islamic Center, a Shiite charitable institute named after Ayatollah...
    on Sep 25, 2007 By: Nouri al-Maliki Source: Washington Post

  2. "He has tried to present himself as a wartime prime minister with his tin hat on and bayonet fixed," Mr Turnbull told ABC1's Insiders program.
    on Oct 19, 2008 By: Malcolm Turnbull Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "It would be tough," Indianapolis linebacker Gary Brackett said. "Obviously, other guys would have to step up, but I don't think it's any different than how it's been all year. Coach Caldwell has a saying, 'Pick up the bayonet,' and I think...
    on Feb 1, 2010 By: Gary Brackett Source: FOXNews

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