- mul·ti·blad·ed, adjective
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How to use bladed in a sentence
For the typical homeowner living in a region with low to moderate wind speeds, a traditional bladed turbine is likely the most effective option.
Now while the conventional xiphos had a straight-bladed design, by the 5th century BC, the hoplites probably began to adopt the shorter and curvier kopis – which almost resembled a cleaver.Hoplite: The Remarkable Citizen-Soldier of Ancient Greece | Dattatreya Mandal | August 2, 2022 | Realm of History
At Johns Hopkins, Stewart and colleagues are using cadavers, dissecting the ears using surgical methods from the 1800s, and more recently, with a $7,000 diamond-bladed saw.Inside the lab using bones to study COVID and hearing loss | Elizabeth Landau / Undark | January 20, 2022 | Popular-Science
The signature weapon of the Sith is the red-bladed lightsabers, which they created by corrupting Kyber crystals with the dark side and making them “bleed.”Star Wars: How The Knights of Ren Are Different From The Sith | email@example.com (Unknown) | October 17, 2021 | TechCrunch
Under the back seat, he had a machete, a samurai sword, and a double-bladed battle-ax—“street-fighting stuff,” he told me with a chuckle, knowing exactly how insane that sounded.
He raised his long-bladed knife to strike, but before he could bring his arm down, the dagger was beaten from his grasp.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks | Bracebridge Hemyng
Reaching upward with his long-bladed knife, he touched it against the white belly of the monster, and then gave it a strong push.Adrift on the Pacific | Edward S. Ellis
The wind was keen and terrible as a saw-bladed sword, and smote incessantly.Wayside Courtships | Hamlin Garland
The long two-bladed paddle lay in the bottom, just as he himself had laid it after rowing ashore with The Panther.The Phantom of the River | Edward S. Ellis
As it was, he only saw the same dark resolute countenances and ringed heads, the same great broad-bladed assegais.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley | Bertram Mitford