broadsword

A cutting sword with a flat, wide, double-edged blade.

Broadsword

• (n.) A sword with a broad blade and a cutting edge; a claymore.
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broadsword

noun a sword with a broad blade and (usually) two cutting edges; used to cut rather than stab
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Broadsword

Broad'sword` noun A sword with a broad blade and a cutting edge; a claymore. « I heard the broadsword's deadly clang. Sir W. Scott. »
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Broadsword

A broadsword is a sword with a broad blade, one or both sides of which was sharpened, designed chiefly for cutting. They were used by some British cavalry and Highland infantry. The claymore was a broadsword. The broadsword was common until the 16th century when it started to be displaced by the rapier.
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broadsword

A cutting sword with a flat, wide, double-edged blade.
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Broadsword

A military sword and fencing weapon popular in the 18th-19th centuries, similar to a heavy sabre. Beginning only in the late 20th century, this term came to be inappropriately applied to almost any straight-bladed, double-edged, single-handed cutting sword, especially of the Medieval and Renaissance eras.
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Broadsword

a military sword and fencing weapon popular in the 18th-19th centuries, similar to a heavy sabre; any straight-bladed, double- edged, single-handed cutting sword of the post-medieval period
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Broadsword

A term popularly misapplied as a generic synonym for medieval swords. The now popular misnomer "broadsword" as a term for medieval blades actually originated with Victorian collectors in the early 19th century.
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Broadsword

HMS Broadsword is a British Broadsword Class frigate of 3500 tons displacement launched in 1976. HMS Broadsword is powered by two Rolls-Royce Olympus TM3B gas turbines, two Rolls-Royce Tyne RM1C gas turbines and four diesel generators providing a top speed of 30 knots and a range of 4500 miles at 18 knots. She carries a crew of 222 including 17 off...
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broadsword

[n] - a sword with a broad blade and (usually) two cutting edges
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