a sheath for a sword or the like.
verb (used with object)
to put into a scabbard; sheathe.
a holder for a bladed weapon such as a sword or bayonet; sheath
or scabbard fish [skab-erd-fish] /ˈskæb ərdˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) scabbardfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) scabbardfishes. 1. any of several marine fishes having a long, compressed, silvery body, especially a cutlassfish, Trichiurus lepturus, of the western Atlantic.
adjective 1. covered with or affected by scabs. 2. Obsolete. mean or petty. noun 1. the incrustation that forms over a sore or wound during healing. 2. Veterinary Pathology. a mangy disease in animals, especially sheep; scabies. Compare itch (def 10). 3. Plant Pathology. a disease of plants characterized by crustlike lesions on the affected […]
verb (used with object), scabbled, scabbling. 1. to shape or dress (stone) roughly. verb 1. (transitive) to shape (stone) roughly
adjective, scabbier, scabbiest. 1. covered with scabs; having many scabs. 2. consisting of scabs. 3. (of an animal or plant) having scab. 4. Informal. mean or contemptible: a scabby trick. adjective -bier, -biest 1. (pathol) having an area of the skin covered with scabs 2. (pathol, obsolete) having scabies 3. (informal) despicable scabby scab·by (skāb’ē) […]