Sword - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |sɔːrd|  American pronunciation of the word sword
Brit.  |sɔːd|  British pronunciation of the word sword


- a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard (syn: blade, brand, steel)

Extra examples

...once upon a time dueling with swords was the gentlemanly way to settle a point of honor...

...accidentally pinked my shoulder with his fencing sword...

He thrust at me with his sword.

Dressed as a pirate, he entered the stage flourishing his sword.

He waved his sword with a flourish.

...the warrior furbished his sword and shield so that they glinted in the sunlight...

He parried the thrust of his opponent's sword.

...even the most trenchant sword could not sever the bonds of loyalty between them...

The horses were not trained to the regular pace nor did they seem bitted for the use of the sword.

He screamed as the sword bit deep into his arm.

The sword was bloodied in this unlucky quarrel.

The sword dropped out of his hand.

Your sword is dulled with carnage, I am told.

A hand holding the magic sword emerged from the lake.

The sword entered in his chest.

Word forms

singular: sword
plural: swords
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