Definition of Sword-cut

1. Noun. A scar from a cut made by a sword.

Generic synonyms: Cicatrice, Cicatrix, Scar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sword-cut

swopped
swopper
swoppers
swopping
swoppings
swops
swopt
sword
sword-and-sandal
sword-and-sorcery
sword-bearer
sword-bearers
sword-bearing
sword-breaker
sword-breakers
sword-cut (current term)
sword-shaped
sword and sandal
sword and sorcery
sword arm
sword bean
sword cane
sword dance
sword dancing
sword fern
sword fighting
sword hand
sword knot
sword lily

Literary usage of Sword-cut

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1. Men and Women of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries by G. Washington Moon (1891)
"In doing this a personal conflict ensued, in which Major Browne, Commandant of the 2nd Punjaub Cavalry, received a severe sword-cut wound on the left knee, ..."

2. The History of Chivalry; Or, Knighthood and Its Times by Charles Mills (1844)
"protection from a sword-cut, and the knight found it of more inconvenience than service when his vanquisher held him to earth by it. Cheek-pieces of bars, ..."

3. The Picture of Scotland by Robert Chambers (1827)
"his sword cut the traces on one side, caused it immediately to diverge from the road towards the left hand, and eventually to stop. ..."

4. Suomalais-englantilainen sanakirja by Severi Alanne (1919)
"... isku stroke with a saber (1. a sword); saber-cut, sword-cut, -kahva sword-handle, (sword-)hllt. -kalina clank of swords; clank of a saber, ..."

5. Men and Women of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries by G. Washington Moon (1891)
"In doing this a personal conflict ensued, in which Major Browne, Commandant of the 2nd Punjaub Cavalry, received a severe sword-cut wound on the left knee, ..."

6. The History of Chivalry; Or, Knighthood and Its Times by Charles Mills (1844)
"protection from a sword-cut, and the knight found it of more inconvenience than service when his vanquisher held him to earth by it. Cheek-pieces of bars, ..."

7. The Picture of Scotland by Robert Chambers (1827)
"his sword cut the traces on one side, caused it immediately to diverge from the road towards the left hand, and eventually to stop. ..."

8. Suomalais-englantilainen sanakirja by Severi Alanne (1919)
"... isku stroke with a saber (1. a sword); saber-cut, sword-cut, -kahva sword-handle, (sword-)hllt. -kalina clank of swords; clank of a saber, ..."

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