Axe [noun]

Definition of Axe:

large cutting tool

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Sentence/Example of Axe:

Additionally, if you’re going to stay one step ahead of the guy with the axe, you need to know where your company and the industry is headed and obtain the skills necessary to market yourself in a constantly changing environment.

It’s not about protecting Google, it’s about accounting for when the axe swings in the opposite direction.

But not too big for the ragged old arm that felled it down as an axe fells the last rings of a stricken tree.

For the laws of the people are vain: for the works of the hand of the workman hath cut a tree out of the forest with an axe.

She shook her head—Gilbert was not at home, and her axe was so blunt that a body might ride to Rumford on it.

King Robert himself was riding in front of Sir Edward's division on a small palfrey, with only a battle-axe in hand.

Patrick had brought an axe and, with the help of some of the boys, soon had a big bonfire burning on the edge of the pond.

One of the two whom I saw, held a heavy axe over his head, and had taken the bent attitude of a workman hewing wood.

The formation of an axe or hatchet, however crude it may have been, would naturally lead to another step in advance.

His jacket and cap were of wolfskin, and on his shoulder he carried an axe, with broad, shining blade.