from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of machete.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of machete.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of Scolopacidœ, named by Cuvier in 1817.
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To be truthful, however, there are no great white hunters involved in this story; the indigenous natives wear jeans, drive pick-ups, and sell fruit drinks to the visitor; and the only use for machetes is to protect against the occasional snake.
The swish, swoosh of the machetes was the child's funeral dirge.
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Consumers are advised to stop using the recalled machetes immediately and contact Gerber for instructions on replacing the recalled product at no charge.
Remedy: Consumers should stop using the recalled machetes immediately and contact Gerber to receive instructions on how to return the machete for a free replacement machete.
Carving is done with non-mechanical hand tools such as machetes, chisels and knives.
The angry youths, who armed themselves with dangerous weapons such as machetes, iron rods, knives, sticks, etc, attacked some people suspected to be witchcraft experts, whom they described as responsible for the dead of the Pilot.
Previously, all parties in the interethnic conflict tended to use traditional weapons such as machetes, spears and hand-made guns.
Amongst the half-breeds, especially where the Negro element exists, there are often quarrellings and rows, when they slash away at each other with their long knives or "machetes," and get ugly cuts, which, however, heal again quickly.
It's also a violation to ask kids to use dangerous tools such as machetes, which are used on cocoa farms.
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