sheathe[ sheeth ]SEE DEFINITION OF sheathe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHEATHE
He must then sheathe his weapon, and not, on any account, strike a second time.
I have drawn my sword, and never will I sheathe it, till America is free, or I'm no more.
I'll away with the scabbard, and sheathe my sword in the bosom of tyranny.
I am more tempted to sheathe this dagger in Jabaster's breast than in Alroy's.
"Sheathe the dagger and waste no words upon these slaves, Daughter," said Asti.
There; sheathe your blade, and if his Majesty is awake, tell him that I beg an audience.
“There,” said my father at last, after the final order to sheathe swords had been given.
Little bear, remember to sheathe your claws when you play with them.
Ultimately we decided to sheathe the heads entirely with tin.
A couple of swords, neither of which could serve to sheathe the other.