Knifed [noun]

Definition of Knifed:

cutting tool

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Anything that quickens the movement of money will have far-reaching effects at a time when businesses exist on a solvency knife edge.

Such people could have been harmed by a knife, spear or arrow, Broehl explains.

This arrangement helps prevent your knife from snagging on things like seat belts, doors, or bags, helping ensure that the knife doesn’t fall out of your pocket.

A knife is a tool, and the right tool is determined by the job you’re asking it to perform.

For knives that I’m going to carry in a pocket or on my belt, I find that the sweet spot in blade length is between three and four inches.

State agents later recovered a knife from the floor on the driver’s side of the vehicle, the department said.

The governor said he has seen no information to suggest Blake had a knife or other weapon, but that the case is still being investigated by the state Justice Department.

Store your knives and cooking utensils nearby with a magnetic wall strip.

It’s a dull knife, because then you start putting elbow grease into it, and that’s when accidents happen.

Pearson flung his knife and fork at it, having forgotten to drop those light weapons when he leaped up.