Bowie knife

  1. a stout hunting knife with a single edge
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How To Use Bowie knife In A Sentence

  • High costs of barbering and laundering made middle-class decorum impractical, but, even if a clean-shaven, white-shirted appearance were possible, everyone preferred tattered clothing, adorned with a revolver and bowie knife.
  • The 10-inch Bowie knife depicts the bighorn sheep in its native range and is etched and highlighted with 24 - karat gold, copper and silver.
  • At the last possible moment the boy pulled a Bowie knife out of its sheath on his belt and deflected the sword.
  • To this end we will attempt to survive the harsh terrain of the Ottawa Valley where we will be armed with only a can of beans, a compass, and a bowie knife.
  • In order to open the safe, you need to assail it with a barrage of fire, although somewhat surreally, it's also possible to stab it into submission with a bowie knife until it yields its precious contents.
  • He had survival gear, rope, a bowie knife, a hatchet.
  • Grabbing a light book bag, I put my food rations, four clips of ammo, a bowie knife, a flashlight, and a radio communicator into it.
  • This is a foot-long stick of mean-looking bowie knife that looks like it just walked off the set of a 1960s Western.
  • A one-armed bear of a man, Sheriff Tom is, at 45, the oldest hobo, and he happens to own the biggest bowie knife, making him the logical choice to be the group's chief law-enforcement officer.
  • The weasel yanked a bowie knife out of a sheath on his hip and threw it at Lee, who nipped it neatly out of the air, and sent it thudding into the earth at the weasel's feet.
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