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knifepoint

[ nahyf-point ]
/ ˈnaɪfˌpɔɪnt /
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noun
the sharp tip of a knife.
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Idioms about knifepoint

    at knifepoint, under threat of being cut or stabbed with a knife: He was robbed at knifepoint.
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British Dictionary definitions for knifepoint

knife-point

noun
the tip of a knife blade
at knife-point under threat of being stabbed
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