Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A local English name of one of the scyllioid sharks.

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Examples

  • Cloak and daggar politics swallowed hook, line and sinker by the fools gold masses.

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  • Mans daggar piercing the insides of her thigh s sex without clothes to see eye to eye nakedness an art of living clothes turn a blind eye. my 625th poem at poem hunter. com unprostituted posted at buzznet 20sept 2006

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  • Mans daggar piercing the insides of her thigh s sex without clothes to see eye to eye nakedness an art of living clothes turn a blind eye. my 625th poem at poem hunter. com unprostituted posted at buzznet 20sept 2006

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  • The bouncers checked theMan, who was wearing his kilt for a knife, theMan says, "I don't have a daggar" They say condesendingly, "It's not called a dagger."

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  • I even wore long, daggar and skull earrings and they didn't affect my grades either.

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  • Ejaz Khan, a police official in the region that had jurisdiction in the case, said Mohammad was taken into custody and booked on charges of weapons possession for allegedly carrying a daggar, and traveling without proper documents.

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  • Ejaz Khan, a police official in the region that had jurisdiction in the case, said Mohammad was taken into custody and booked on charges of weapons possession for allegedly carrying a daggar, and traveling without proper documents.

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  • Ejaz Khan, a police official in the region that had jurisdiction in the case, said Mohammad was taken into custody and booked on charges of weapons possession for allegedly carrying a daggar, and traveling without proper documents.

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  • "5 guns, 2 musquetons, 3 fowling-peeces, 3 paire of great pistoletts, and 2 paire of pocket ons, and every one his sword and daggar," they might feel reasonably safe in a country in which the natives as yet stood in awe of fire-arms.

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  • The form of knife which seems to be prefered by these people is a double edged and double pointed daggar; the handle being in the middle, and the blades of unequal lengths, the longest usually from 9 to ten inches and the shorter one from four to five. these knives they carry with them habitually and most usually in the hand, sometimes exposed but most usually particularly when in company with strangers, under their robes with this knife they cut and clense their fish make their arrows &c. this is somewhat the form of

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