[ bley-did ]

  1. having a blade or blades (often used in combination): a single-bladed leaf.

  2. Crystallography. of or relating to a thin, flat form suggestive of knife blades: bladed arsenopyrite.

Origin of bladed

First recorded in 1570–80; blade + -ed3

Other words from bladed

  • mul·ti·blad·ed, adjective

Words Nearby bladed Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use bladed in a sentence

  • He raised his long-bladed knife to strike, but before he could bring his arm down, the dagger was beaten from his grasp.

  • 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