Knife-pleat



noun
1.
a sharply creased narrow pleat, usually one of a series folded in the same direction.
noun
1.
a single pleat turned in one direction

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    [nahyf-point] /ˈnaɪfˌpɔɪnt/ noun 1. the sharp tip of a knife. Idioms 2. at knifepoint, under threat of being cut or stabbed with a knife: He was robbed at knifepoint. noun 1. the tip of a knife blade 2. at knife-point, under threat of being stabbed

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