Origin of cleavers
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How to use cleavers in a sentence
One woman faced down the two alleged killers who used cleavers and carving knives to hack a soldier to death in London.
Some people swear by cleavers; others (like me) are terrified by them.
The antique fireplace and the ancient mantelpiece were forced to keep company with meat blocks and butchers' cleavers.Duffels|Edward Eggleston
The glaciers are separated by narrow ledges called cleavers, or by each occupying its own deep cañon.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
Then there arrived the butchers, with their marrowbones and cleavers, and began to make their music with zeal.The Lady of Lynn|Walter Besant
It was formerly the custom for butchers' assistants to provide themselves with marrow-bones and cleavers for musical effects.
The men who play the bells have got scent of the marriage; and the marrow-bones and cleavers too; and a brass band too.