- 1at knifepoint
- Under threat of injury from a knife: he was mugged at knifepointMore example sentences
- A landlord who was tied up and threatened at knifepoint while balaclava-clad raiders ransacked his Brentwood pub has told of his horrific ordeal.
- A female motorist was threatened at knifepoint during a terrifying car-jacking in Bradford.
- Moments later he was threatened at knifepoint by the man who spoke with a heavy Irish accent.
Words that rhyme with knifepointvantage point
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