from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A maker of knives and swords.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sword cutler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sword-cutler.
Their leader at the time was a master bladesmith named Halkorin.
He's made an arrangement with an Indonesian bladesmith, and soon will begin importing and offering for sale some quality knives of special interest to silat players.
In case you haven't figured it out I am a bladesmith.
He's an Australian, and travels to Java frequently, plus he's a bladesmith himself.
Her principal tool for the job of bladesmith was the hammer.
Although the school does offer a certificate to each student who completes a Bladesmithing course, there is not one final bladesmith certification.
He was no bladesmith, just a dumb engineer trying to figure out how to counterfeit a workable sword while no one was around to second-guess him if his idea didn't work-using questionable techniques in an even more questionable environment.
Maybe one of Taien's survivors was a decent bladesmith.
Michael Rourke was in full battle gear, his handmade double shoulder rig with the twin Berettas, the knife made for him by old Jon the Icelandic bladesmith, the four-inch Smith 629 in the holster at his hip.
At a large table in the centre of the kitchen were seated some half-dozen yeomen of the guard, together with the clerk of the kitchen, the chief bargeman, and the royal cutler, or bladesmith, as he was termed.
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