Quarterstaff

• (n.) A long and stout staff formerly used as a weapon of defense and offense; -- so called because in holding it one hand was placed in the middle, and the other between the middle and the end.
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quarterstaff

noun a long stout staff used as a weapon
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Quarterstaff

Quar'ter·staff` noun ; plural Quarterstaves A long and stout staff formerly used as a weapon of defense and offense; -- so called because in holding it one hand was placed in the middle, and the other between the middle and the end.
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quarterstaff

a staff of wood from 6 to 9 feet (about 2 to 3 m) long, used for attack and defense. It is probably the cudgel or sapling with which many legendary ...
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quarterstaff

[n] - a long stout staff used as a weapon
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