Cimeter

Cim'e┬Ěter noun See Scimiter .
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Cimeter

• (n.) See Scimiter.
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Cimeter

A cimeter or scimitar is a large, curved butcher`s knife, with a blade typically 10-12` (25-30cm) long. It is used primarily for cutting large pieces of meat into retail cuts such as steaks. Chef Alton Brown says that a cimeter is one of only five knives he keeps in his kitchen. ==Etymology== `Cimeter` is a formerly common variant spelling of ...
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