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Barlow knife

Syllabification: Bar·low knife
Pronunciation: /ˈbärlō ˌnīf
 
/

Definition of Barlow knife in English:

noun

A large single-bladed pocketknife.
Example sentences
  • Finally, Tom gets the verses right, and Mary gives him a Barlow knife as a reward.
  • Someone had taken a Barlow knife and sliced it open.
  • With this thought, the year-old gun was traded along with some really good Barlow knives for the gun.

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