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- n. the skill of using a sword
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being a swordsman; skill in the use of the sword.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Skill and dexterity in the use of the sword.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. skill in fencing
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There, he’s found by a kindly blacksmith (Von Sydow), who raises Prince Siegfried as Eric, a brawler whose swordsmanship is unparalleled.
Well, one must ask that question seriously, especially if one has an interest in Japanese swordsmanship.
His swordsmanship, which is of a rough and ready sort, is heavily taxed, as he has occasionally to strike at her to keep her off between a blow and a guard with Apollodorus.
But that style also had a quality that could be felt; it had a military edge to it, an _acies_; and there was a kind of swordsmanship about it.
Teillagory: Your 'swordsmanship' is hardly a match for mine.
Teillagory: These cannons are certainly strong and HARD GAY, but I prefer the elegance of 'swordsmanship'.
Elizabeth: Your 'swordsmanship' was indeed impressive; it would be strange for the King not to want to use your talents.
Like, did you use this kind of swordsmanship, "he said, pointing towards the rack of swords, practice and the lethal, metal kind.
Translation from swordsmanship to non-violence is possible and, at times, even an easy stage.
Exercise of non-violence requires far greater bravery than that of swordsmanship.