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blade

1. A knife. I shuddered at the sight of blood on his blade.
2. A charming, worldly, and sophisticated man. I always welcome the company of blades, and these two gents are just back from a year in Europe!

blade

1. n. a knife. Bring your blade over here and cut this loose.
2. n. a young man, witty and worldly. A couple of blades from the international jet set ordered vintage wine for everyone.
3. n. a homosexual man. (From gay blade.) Some blade came over and offered to buy me a drink.
References in classic literature ?
I, who have faced and conquered in my time thousands of sinewy warriors and tempered blades, shall not be turned back by wind; nor no more shall you, Thark."
"But unseen voices may emanate from unseen and unseeable creatures who wield invisible blades," answered the green warrior.
The chained prisoners had been watching the combat in tense silence; not a sound had fallen in the room other than the clashing of our contending blades, the soft shuffling of our naked feet and the few whispered words we had hissed at each other through clenched teeth the while we continued our mortal duel.
One threw a spear indeed, and though Umslopogaas leaped aside, and as it sped towards him smote the haft in two with the blade of Groan-Maker, yet its head flew on, wounding Galazi in the flank.
Robin thought at first that he could hack the cudgel to pieces, for his blade was one of Toledo--finely tempered steel which the Queen had given him.
But I hated to spoil the Queen's blade upon his tough stick or no less tough hide.
For a trader to refuse one of these free and flourishing blades a credit, whatever unpaid scores might stare him in the face, would be a flagrant affront scarcely to be forgiven.
At a signal from the Captain, its screw was shipped, and its blades raised vertically; the Nautilus shot into the air like a balloon, rising with stunning rapidity, and cutting the mass of waters with a sonorous agitation.
It is widely used for imparting hardness for casting iron, penetrating the cores of armor-piercing ammunition, and cutting edges of drills and saw blades. Owing to its properties of being twice as stiff as steel and extremely hard, tungsten carbide is used in various application end-use segments.
Coconut Creek, FL, December 14, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Blades Direct, LLC, an online distributor of diamond blades and related tools for contractors and the construction industry, announces record breaking sales - led by "SHOXX" brand diamond Blades, Manufactured by "Samedia," a leading German manufacturer of diamond tools and construction products.
Available as unlocked devices, the ZTE Blade Max View supports most GSM networks such as AT&T, T-Mobile, as well as Verizon, and starting at $199.99 MSRP, while the ZTE Blade MAX 2s also supports most GSM networks such as AT&T, T-Mobile, as well as the Sprint networks starting at $179.99 MSRP, allowing consumers even more ways to choose the device that best fits their lifestyle.
China continues to be the largest blade manufacturing country in the world, with market leader Sinoma Wind Power Blade Co Ltd accounting for over 7 per cent of global blade production in 2017.
A doctor blade allows converters to control ink film thickness, which can drastically affect a finished product.
The Razer-Lite EDC won top marks in my testing because of the double-sided thumb studs and a blade holder that stretches almost the full length of the blade.