a sharply creased narrow pleat, usually one of a series folded in the same direction.
a single pleat turned in one direction
[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
/ˈnaɪfˌrɛst/ noun 1. a support on which a carving knife or carving fork is placed at the table
noun 1. something upon which to rest a knife when it is not being used. 2. Military. a metal or wood frame strung with barbed wire for use as a movable road barrier or underwater beach obstacle.
noun 1. a river in W central North Dakota, flowing E to the Missouri River. 165 miles (265 km) long.