Waster

Arming Sword: 1 - 2 pounds Dagger: 0.5 - 1 pound |length= Longsword: 42 - 50 inches Arming Sword: 32 - 42 inches ...
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Waster

• (v. t.) A kind of cudgel; also, a blunt-edged sword used as a foil. • (v. t.) One who, or that which, wastes; one who squanders; one who consumes or expends extravagantly; a spendthrift; a prodigal. • (v. t.) An imperfection in the wick of a candle, causing it to waste; -- called also a thief.
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Waster

Wast'er noun [ Middle English wastour , Old French wasteor , gasteor . See Waste , transitive verb ] 1. One who, or that which, wastes; one who squanders; one who consumes or expends extravagantly; a spendthrift; a prodigal. « He also...
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Waster

A sheet of veneer on which the design is drawn out. Using the window technique, parts of the design are cut away and these are then filled in with choice woods. Progressively, areas are cut away and replaced, until the original waster sheet of veneer only forms a small part of the design, or has been replaced altogether.
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Waster

a wooden practice sword. Also called a bevin, bavin or cudgel.
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waster

waster 1. Someone who dissipates resources self-indulgently. 2. An object that has been spoiled during manufacture, especially a ceramic piece. 3. A spendthrift or wastrel.
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waster

wooden sword used for practicing fencing
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