Definition of broadsword in English:

broadsword

Syllabification: broad·sword
Pronunciation: /ˈbrôdˌsôrd
 
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noun

  • A sword with a wide blade, used for cutting rather than thrusting.
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    • When he reappeared, he had a small pack as well as a broadsword and two smaller swords meant for cooperative use strapped to his back.
    • The rebels were not only outnumbered but outclassed in weapons, being themselves heavily dependent upon broadswords and shields while their enemies had muskets and bayonets and above all artillery.
    • The crowd roared as Derryn swung his sword up, the large blade of his broadsword knocking aside the slash aimed at his head.

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