Noun(1) a butcher's knife having a large square blade
(1) A meat cleaver whizzed past him as Tusslefoot leapt away from his seat.(2) I dropped my head into my hands, wishing I had a meat cleaver nearby.(3) One had a meat cleaver and he ordered me out of the car.(4) They wielded a pistol in each hand as calmly and skillfully as a butcher wielded a cleaver and had spare ammo clips around their waists.(5) He took it in his hand the way he would a fragile piece of spun glass, a glaring opposite to Nimue's handling of it as if it were a meat cleaver .(6) Dervin pulled out a cleaver and started chopping another fruit.(7) Besides, how on earth can you peel it with a meat cleaver ?(8) Thugs escaped with thousands of pounds after raiding the Harpurhey Post Office and supermarket on Rochdale Road with a meat cleaver .(9) I have done the same with a meat cleaver when sober.(10) He got a larger knife - a meat cleaver - for protection, and to frighten the other man, and returned to the room.(11) a meat cleaver(12) One tool you will need is a very sharp knife or cleaver to chop and shred foods.(13) She pulled out the meat cleaver and carefully ran her finger across the lethal blade.(14) Police sealed off the flats before beginning negotiations with a resident, whom officers feared had a meat cleaver .(15) On the other hand, how did they know there wasn't a meat cleaver or chainsaw nestling in that innocent looking guitar case?(16) A rookie police constable who disarmed a violent psychiatric patient wielding a meat cleaver is to receive a commendation for bravery.
(1) cleaver :: חכם
1. chopper ::
2. hatchet ::
3. ax ::
4. knife ::
5. butcher's knife ::
6. kitchen knife ::
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