a sword having a straight, broad, flat blade.
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Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
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Red Cap Tales Samuel Rutherford Crockett
Confessions Of Con Cregan Charles James Lever
Robin Hood Paul Creswick
William the Conqueror Edward Augustus Freeman
Vittoria, Complete George Meredith
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Every Boy’s Book: A Complete Encyclopdia of Sports and Amusements Various
a broad-bladed sword used for cutting rather than stabbing Also called backsword
the wavy, moirélike fur or pelt of a young or stillborn Karakul lamb. Compare Karakul (def 1), Persian lamb (def 2). Historical Examples Main Street Sinclair Lewis Wild Wales George Borrow Soil Culture J. H. Walden Wild Wales George Borrow noun the highly valued black wavy fur obtained from the skins of newly born karakul […]
a town in N Ohio.
a street in New York City, famous for its theaters, restaurants, and bright lights. the theater district located on or near this street, especially as the center of the professional or commercial theater in the U.S. (of a play, theatrical performance, etc.) pertaining to, suitable for, or produced in the commercial theater, especially on Broadway: […]
a female slave whose husband was owned by another master.