Since her one attempt to cross the silence that lay like a two-edged sword between them, Madame had said nothing to Alden.
Leisure is too often like a two-edged sword; it cuts both ways.
He looked at her, holding his wrath, as it were, like a two-edged sword which must smite some one.
Yet, I have always known that this man was a two-edged sword that could turn in my hand.
We must always recollect that the Grand Army of England was a two-edged weapon.
Sixteen smaller spines compressed, linear, two-edged, half as long and only one-fourth as broad as the two longitudinal spines.
We recognize that the ballot is a two-edged, nay, a many-edged sword, which may be made to cut in every direction.
Eighteen smaller spines only one-fourth to one-half as long, linear, two-edged, with two parallel teeth on the distal end.
But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword.
Radial spines strongly compressed, two-edged, pointed; their outer half twice constricted and somewhat longer than the inner half.