bladed bladed  /b ˈleɪ dɪd/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) bearing or characterized by a blade or sword; often used in combination
  2. (adj) having a blade or blades; often used in combination
  3. (adj) composed of thin flat plates resembling a knife blade

Usage(s):

  1. A new breed of six-bladed turboprops like Bombardier's Q400--jet fast but even quieter--is leading a revival.
  2. As the leaders conferred, other tribesmen beat rhythms on goatskin drums and danced round the campfires with bared, curve-bladed djambias.
  3. Tribesmen galloped through the streets, wearing brass-trimmed bandoleers, with curved, wide-bladed djambias thrust into their brocaded belts.

News

  • New Black Sabbath Good as Old?

    Black Sabbath’s first album in 25 years featuring original lead singer Ozzy Osbourne hit record stores (Ha! As if! Okay, the Web) on Monday, and the reviews for '13' have started popping up like thorny, black-bladed dandelions from hell
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Fox News

Quotes

  1. "People don't really understand, you need to have something happen, a positive thing happen to you out there in order to win tournaments," Woods said. "I heard Geoff bladed one in the hole for par. That's what you need to have happen. Those...
    on Mar 23, 2008 By: Tiger Wood Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. Saying that the prosecutors created a wide credibility gap, Ms. Martin told Ms. Osmus, "There is no way that anyone could say that the carriers could have prevented all short-bladed knives from going through."
    on Mar 13, 2006 By: Carla Martin Source: New York Times

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