[ US /ˈnaɪf/ ]
[ UK /nˈaɪf/ ]
[ UK /nˈaɪf/ ]
- edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
any long thin projection that is transient
rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark
tongues of flame licked at the walls
- a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
use a knife on
The victim was knifed to death
How To Use knife In A Sentence
- This knife needs sharpening.
- After several attempts to untie the knot, I admitted defeat and cut through it with a knife.
- My knife slips off the screw and with a grating screech marks the white surface of the machine.
- The knife landed with its point sticking into the floor.
- She used a knife to prise open the lid.
- Somebody comes forward, examines, and then draws from out the grave, where it has lain, directly under the body, a knife -- a knife of peculiar shape and workmanship -- a long, keen, _surgeon's knife_! The Diamond Coterie
- The slightest movement by either of us could have inserted the knife into his neck. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home
- For instance, the man Peasley might have omitted the word knifed; also the explanatory words, argument boat fare, and the word mate. Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley
- `The knife severed the spinal cord just where it enters the medulla. WITHOUT REMORSE
- A blunt knife may be sharpened on a stone, but if a man is stupid there is no help for his stupidity.