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noun as in dagger

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In order to ooze out the blood, people make cuts around the snakebite area using whatever available accessories like knives and stilettos.

Here she was in those stilettos, her heels clicking on concrete sidewalks.

The one thing sneakerheads, stiletto fanatics, and regular Joes and Joannes have in common is a surfeit of shoes.

You throw on a pair of stilettos and make like it’s your first night on the Vineyard.

A guy wearing pink appeared to be spotting her, but I was worried that he could have gotten impaled by those Stiletto heels.

At the time, Fendrick remembers, very few women (outside of “4/20 girls” or “stiletto stoners”) were speaking out about it.

As it turns out, Rowling is just as obsessed with the high-heeled stiletto as most girls.

All that was left of the corpse was a headless, armless torso with one leg, still wearing a stiletto-heeled boot.

A one-legged torso wearing only a stiletto-heeled boot was found floating in a Venice lagoon.

Among the things I brought from the ship on a subsequent visit were a stiletto that had originally been given to me by my mother.

At one time I thought I would follow the whole party, and kill them in the darkness with my stiletto when opportunity offered.

I never used either stiletto or tomahawk unless absolutely necessary, reserving both for great emergencies.

To the Sicilian, for example, marital infidelity means the stiletto; to the American, the divorce court.

Finally, he offered her a pretty little stiletto, less remarkable for its shape and copper mounting than for its origin.


On this page you'll find 215 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stiletto, such as: bayonet, blade, sword, bodkin, cutlass, and dirk.

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