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flick knife

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Definition of flick knife in English:

noun

British
A knife with a blade that springs out from the handle when a button is pressed.
Example sentences
  • He pressed a flick knife to the neck of the shopper and threatened to cut his throat if he did not hand over his car keys.
  • He produced a flick knife with a five-inch blade from behind his back.
  • One of them pulled out a flick knife with a four-inch blade and the other demanded the pizza.

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