double-edged

[ duhb-uh l-ejd ]SEE DEFINITION OF double-edged

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By his side was a heavy broadsword and a sharp, double-edged dagger.

Odysseus and Telemachos rushed into the fray with double-edged swords.

Like all primordial aspects of life the situation is double-edged and contradictory.

Which were therefore pure, double-edged and point-envenomed blasphemy.

The few which have been found are straight, short, double-edged, and without hilts.

Pores of the former regular circular, double-edged, six to eight times as broad as the thin bars, five to six on the radius.

Diameter of the central capsule about equal to the radius of the spongy sphere, its membrane is double-edged.

Pores subregular, circular, not double-edged, three times as broad in the inflated abdomen as in the hemispherical thorax.

It was double-edged, and tapered slightly towards the point.

In fact, it was so--the misdeed was a double-edged blade which cut both ways.

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