But these resentments, They are the rocket fuel That lives In the tip of my sabre.
The grasp on the sabre would tighten; the quiet eyes would flash.
And then the printers, manufactured by new Dunder Mifflin parent company sabre, began to catch on fire.
In time we will know if this was nothing more than sabre rattling or an all out war for control of the GOP.
Heimbert then ordered him to throw away the sabre he still held in his right hand.
I'll write Dorothy; I'll tell her that I captured you, sabre and all.
I wiped my sabre carefully with soft cotton along its broad blue blade.
The poor wretch was struck down by an ill-directed blow of a sabre.
The first sabre brandished by the first national guard was in point of fact that of Joseph Prudhomme!
I thought that my hand clutched a sabre, and despised myself that it was not there.
type of single-edged sword, 1670s, from French sabre "heavy, curved sword" (17c.), alteration of sable (1630s), from German Sabel, Säbel, probably ultimately from Hungarian szablya "saber," literally "tool to cut with," from szabni "to cut."
The Balto-Slavic words (cf. Russian sablya, Polish szabla "sword, saber," Lithuanian shoble) perhaps also are from German. Italian sciabla seems to be directly from Hungarian. Saber-rattling "militarism" is attested from 1922. Saber-toothed cat (originally tiger) is attested from 1849.