It might be well for him to reflect that agitation was a two-edged sword.
James never noticed anything—or if he did, his ambiguity was two-edged.
Leisure is too often like a two-edged sword; it cuts both ways.
Josephine saw his simplicity, and made a cut with a woman's two-edged sword.
Yet, I have always known that this man was a two-edged sword that could turn in my hand.
Knowledge is a two-edged sword, and it is apt to side with pride.
But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword.
The Tool he had foolishly used had proved to be a two-edged one.
Sixteen smaller spines compressed, linear, two-edged, half as long and only one-fourth as broad as the two longitudinal spines.
Four equatorial spines very large, compressed, two-edged, each crossed in the distal third by two opposite simple apophyses.