[ US /ˈbɫeɪdɪd/ ]
[ UK /blˈe‍ɪdɪd/ ]
  1. bearing or characterized by a blade or sword; often used in combination
    he fought on, broken-bladed but unbowed
  2. composed of thin flat plates resembling a knife blade
    bladed arsenopyrite
  3. having a blade or blades; often used in combination
    a single-bladed leaf
    narrow-bladed grass
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How To Use bladed In A Sentence

  • In a small Bamboo case, prettily carved and ornamented, the Dyak carries his sirih and lime for betel chewing, and his little long-bladed knife has a Bamboo sheath. The Malay Archipelago
  • Good nodular masses of azurite, some of which contain bladed crystals to 5 cm, occur in the Chingola mine, Zambia.
  • Using a fine-bladed saw, cut bamboo lengthwise to remove about a third of the bamboo's width; discard the smaller section.
  • a single-bladed leaf
  • A moment later he was surrounded by a dozen or more tall, well-formed blacks, armed with broad-bladed assegais. The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna
  • This is a factor to bear in mind when evaluating specific technologies such as bladed solutions to host virtual desktops on a 'one to one' model, versus more of a shared server type of infrastructure. The Register
  • But be warned: The battle scenes are as fierce and brutal as the reality of bladed warfare.
  • The irreplaceable steel-bladed assegai were saved for close-in work.
  • I bladed to Ian's house - about a-mile-and-a-half from my house!
  • At that, all five rapidly withdrew their own weapons, ranging from some form of energy pistol to a multibladed knife. A Time to Hate
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