Sabre



noun, verb (used with object), sabred, sabring. Chiefly British.
1.
saber.
noun
1.
a heavy, one-edged sword, usually slightly curved, used especially by cavalry.
2.
a soldier armed with such a sword.
3.
Fencing.

a sword having two cutting edges and a blunt point.
the art or sport of fencing with the saber, with the target being limited to the head, trunk, and arms, and hits being made with the front edge and the upper part of the back edge of the sword and by thrusts.

verb (used with object)
4.
to strike, wound, or kill with a saber.
noun
1.
a stout single-edged cavalry sword, having a curved blade
2.
a sword used in fencing, having a narrow V-shaped blade, a semicircular guard, and a slightly curved hand
3.
a cavalry soldier
verb
4.
(transitive) to injure or kill with a sabre
noun, verb
1.
the US spelling of sabre

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