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[rey-zer-bleyd] /ˈreɪ zərˌbleɪd/
a sharp-edged metal blade for use in a razor. Unabridged
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  • "Right through me, like a razor blade through margarine," I said.

    Measure for a Loner James Judson Harmon
  • He wiped the razor blade and put it away with a lax nerveless hand.

    The Happy End Joseph Hergesheimer
  • So I have to ride that horse fourteen miles and back—and he has a backbone like a razor blade!

    Betty Gordon in Washington Alice B. Emerson
  • Her cold, sarcastic tone cut my nerves and her mother's like a razor blade.

    The Deluge David Graham Phillips
  • And beside it were six ashen arrows with points of steel keen as a razor blade.

    The Arrow of Fire

    Roy J. Snell
  • The end of the metal is flattened and two holes drilled to match the holes of the razor blade.

British Dictionary definitions for razor blade

razor blade

a small rectangular piece of metal sharpened on one or both long edges for use in a razor for shaving
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