saber

IPA: sˈeɪbɝ

Root Word: Saber

noun

  • A surname.
  • (American spelling) Alternative form of sabre [(UK, Canada) A light sword, sharp along the front edge, part of the back edge, and at the point.]

verb

  • (American spelling) Alternative form of sabre [(UK, Canada, transitive) To strike or kill with a sabre.]

Examples of "saber" in Sentences

  • They then receive a saber and curliff.
  • Master of The Sword and The Patton Saber.
  • Heard the rattle of sabers and clatter of small arms fire.
  • One cavalry saber, has been suggested to be merged with saber.
  • The nomenclature for the saber is saber for all officers, model 1902.
  • However, the repose is disrupted by the attack of a saber toothed cat.
  • Slade starts the game with only two weapons, the saber and the shotgun.
  • I don't remember hearing that Saber tooth tigers and Homo sapiens coexisting.
  • You need to be a force sensitive to BUILD a light saber, not USE a light saber.
  • Mr. Lhota, for all his legerdemain as budget director and deputy mayor, was a gleeful saber wielder.

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