Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a blade

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective shaped like a sword blade

Etymologies

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blade +‎ -like

Examples

  • His wry, bladelike smile returned, and for a moment it felt like old times.

    My Fair Succubi

  • His wry, bladelike smile returned, and for a moment it felt like old times.

    My Fair Succubi

  • His wry, bladelike smile returned, and for a moment it felt like old times.

    My Fair Succubi

  • The bladelike edges sliced into his neck, finishing him instantly.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Although the Parisian architect Jean-Paul Viguier designed the striking, cantilevered, bladelike, at once slick and luxurious structure, its unusual footprint and modernist look respond marvelously to its site and neighborhood, and Viguier's heroic efforts to "bring the sun into the project" show a sensitivity to both the city's climate and its architectural heritage, which virtually fetishizes openness and natural light.

    The Not-So-Second City

  • PUTTER Mr. Thomas prefers mallets, for their extra forgiveness compared with bladelike putters.

    The Gear Guy Speaks

  • Although the Parisian architect Jean-Paul Viguier designed the striking, cantilevered, bladelike, at once slick and luxurious structure, its unusual footprint and modernist look respond marvelously to its site and neighborhood, and Viguier's heroic efforts to "bring the sun into the project" show a sensitivity to both the city's climate and its architectural heritage, which virtually fetishizes openness and natural light.

    The Not-So-Second City

  • Although the Parisian architect Jean-Paul Viguier designed the striking, cantilevered, bladelike, at once slick and luxurious structure, its unusual footprint and modernist look respond marvelously to its site and neighborhood, and Viguier's heroic efforts to "bring the sun into the project" show a sensitivity to both the city's climate and its architectural heritage, which virtually fetishizes openness and natural light.

    The Not-So-Second City

  • Although the Parisian architect Jean-Paul Viguier designed the striking, cantilevered, bladelike, at once slick and luxurious structure, its unusual footprint and modernist look respond marvelously to its site and neighborhood, and Viguier's heroic efforts to "bring the sun into the project" show a sensitivity to both the city's climate and its architectural heritage, which virtually fetishizes openness and natural light.

    The Not-So-Second City

  • The bladelike projections behaved like serpents, attacking and recoiling repeatedly.

    Reap the Whirlwind

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