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  • noun Plural form of dagger.


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  • The league's scoring champion, who played setup man in Game 1 as the Lakers elected to attack the Suns small interior lineup, passed for baskets early and delivered daggers from the field later to lead the Lakers to a 99-93 victory Wednesday. - Bryant shoots, dishes Lakers to 99-93 victory in Phoenix

  • Lot of places frown on daggers, which is usually read as double-edged.


  • There have only been a handful of then called daggers of the ancients.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • On this spot while defending themselves with daggers, that is those who still had them left, and also with hands and with teeth, they were overwhelmed by the missiles of the Barbarians, some of these having followed directly after them and destroyed the fence of the wall, while others had come round and stood about them on all sides.

    The History of Herodotus

  • The daggers are a brilliant touch - he just plain screams assassin.

    Transformers News - All News

  • David and him have lengthy conversations about this on a Sunday as I throw "daggers" at them and threaten nasty things with my pointy sitx!


  • A new antibacterial process for clothing embeds microscopic "daggers" that eviscerate microbes as they come into contact with your garments.

    Boing Boing: March 30, 2003 - April 5, 2003 Archives

  • Along one hedge of its meandering length were masses of pink mayflower; and between two little running streams quantities of yellow water iris -- "daggers," as they call them -- were growing; the


  • [Page 336] looking 'daggers' and 'needles'; and, as he said, 'Only fancy how the Grand Duke would fare if he fell into the hands of those gentle Christians!'

    Selections from the Letters of Geraldine Endsor Jewsbury to Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • The king gave also to the general a fine robe of white calico, richly wrought with gold: a very fine girdle of Turkey work; and two _crisses_, which are a kind of daggers all of which were put on him by a nobleman in the king's presence.

    A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 08


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