knife thrust

NOUN
  1. a strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument
    one strong stab to the heart killed him
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How To Use knife thrust In A Sentence

  • Two of the knife thrusts were fatal.
  • For several minutes he ducked and dived under knife thrusts, but he was tiring fast and couldn't see how he could seriously retaliate, short of disarming the man.
  • The realization that she was gone was like a knife thrust.
  • He had expired from a single knife thrust into the chest, through the pericardium, fully transiting the heart. WITHOUT REMORSE
  • The realisation that she was gone was like a knife thrust.
  • He had expired from a single knife thrust into the chest, through the pericardium, fully transiting the heart. WITHOUT REMORSE
  • The 16-year-old had a lock-knife thrust into him with such force it penetrated his chest and hit a lung.
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