saber

Part of speech: verb

To strike or arm with a saber.

Part of speech: noun

A heavy cavalry sword.

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Usage examples "saber":

  1. He was strong, and he had wrists of steel; and he showered down on Don Luis, with his saber, a rain of blows without order or sequence. - "Pepita Ximenez", Juan Valera.
  2. The Marshal shifted his saber around and drew his knees together. - "The Puppet Crown", Harold MacGrath.
  3. There was no expression on his thin face, but the old saber scar from lip to eye on his left cheek was suddenly twice as noticeable. - "Rebel Spurs", Andre Norton.