from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A hit or thrust.
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The English knight was master of all the mystery of the stoccata, imbrocata, punto-reverso, incartata, and so forth, which the Italian masters of defence had lately introduced into general practice.
The Monastery 2008
English knight was master of all the mystery of the _stoccata, imbrocata, punto-reverso, incartata_, and so forth, which the
The Monastery Walter Scott 1801
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