or scim·i·ter, sim·i·tar
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Origin of scimitar
OTHER WORDS FROM scimitarscim·i·tared, adjective
Words nearby scimitar
Example sentences from the Web for scimitar
The scimitar mouth pulled back in a mad crow of triumph, the face sweating with guilty pleasure.
Over 6000 of them either fell under the scimitar or were taken prisoner.The Book of Missionary Heroes|Basil Mathews
Tinker received a scimitar from the hands of Mr. Figgins, and flourished it gaily round his head.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks|Bracebridge Hemyng
In Curzon's figure the lion is standing, not 'couchant', as stated by Malcolm, and grasps a scimitar in his off forepaw.Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official|William Sleeman