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noun as in shaver

noun as in cutting instrument

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Precision trimmers will have additional blades that can be added to the razor head.

This razor gives the closest, smoothest shave I’ve ever experienced, and I love that the automatic shipments give me one less thing to worry about, especially during a year when my brain is maxed out.

From Fortune

Waterproof electric razors are particularly great if you’re not ready to give up wet shaves.

Around every corner was a well for a child to fall into or an apple with a razor blade in it.

From Eater

It’s not the first time Young has had to send out updates encouraging customers to be patient — it’s taken longer than usual this year for the company to get shipments of its razors, which are manufactured in Germany.

From Digiday

Their jagged edges and razor sharp teeth make you stand a little further back then normal.

Many of the so-called “razor-close” races in key states were never truly competitive.

But as soon as she pressed the razor blade against her neck, the guard lowered the gun.

Factors like these are especially hard on restaurants, which tend to operate on razor-thin profit margins.

We stood on the rooftop of a derelict farmhouse meters away from a Turkish tank and a razor wire fence marking the end of Turkey.

The cigar store had a counter display of a bargain buy of razor blades combined with some unknown brand of shaving cream.

Taking the precaution to remove his razor, Lillyston locked the door upon him, and determined at once to get medical advice.

There are attacks that may be cured by the razor-strop or a bucket of cold water, but these are exceptional.

The little fellow watched him closely during the process, and noticed where the man put his razor and brush.

"Be sure and don't cut my head off," murmured the orphan, as he watched the razor flashing to and fro along the strop.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to razor, such as: blade, cutting edge, safety razor, and shaving instrument.

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