- n. a sharp-tongued domineering wife
- n. a broadax used as a weapon
“I play what looks like a double-neck '65 Gibson SG, but is actually a modified battle-axe forged in Orcan foundries of Elfin gristle.”
“While you all know that the dwarf detective is one for the low-tech solutions like Beatrice and a good battle-axe, you may not know that the award-winning The Case of The Singing Sword: A Billibub Baddings Mystery is now available for the iPhone!”
“The new Sunday toon, Allen Gregory (from Jonah Hill), has an inspired premise — a ridiculously precocious 7-year-old goes to public school, majoring in inappropriate behavior — but the clips fell a bit flat, seeming more ironic and droll than outrageous (although the scenes of him hitting on the battle-axe principal were kind of riotous).”
“It is important to remember how those more ‘hidden’ disabilities, in that i am referring to mental illnesses in particular, are more likely to be cast aside with these battle-axe proposals.”
“Funny, on any other day these trolls would be holding a Fox or a Rasmussen poll over our heads like a battle-axe.”
“In the corner, by the salmon sofa, Betsy Jones, the battle-axe defender of the old guard, took measure of the room.”
“Greedy dwarves, who explore the depths of Middle-earth in search of gold and mithril, insist on fair pay for dangerous work, but their avarice and willingness to renegotiate contracts at the edge of a battle-axe don't make them reliable union members.”
“Miranda Priestly may be a battle-axe, but she appreciates the go-getter and eventually uses her power to help you move forward.”
“If you can tell a battle-axe from a halberd at 50 yards ...”
“The first thing we learned is that the head is so heavy (being chunkier than a battle-axe) that the thing is pretty useless in melee — it is just too unwieldy.”
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