knife

(redirected from Buck knife)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for knife

Synonyms for knife

References in periodicals archive ?
The knife will be displayed at the SHOT Show in the Buck Knife Booth, #14504.
BRITISH Airways was today conducting an investigation after a journalist smuggled an 8in long Buck Knife on to a high-risk flight in the Middle East.
When he walked back in, Kinkel had worked his hands under his legs so they were in front of him and grabbed the hunting knife - known as a buck knife - which had been taped to his ankle.
He went over a list of items campus police found in a consensual search of his dorm room, including box cutters, a fake gun, four M-98 firecrackers taped together, X-ACTO blades, two marijuana "roaches," and a buck knife. When Mr.
She says carrying a Buck knife is a family tradition that goes back to her grandfather.
The vandalism was witnessed by off-duty Springfield officer David Trice, who said he observed a man break the large pane with the handle of his Buck knife on an apparent intoxicated impulse before continuing down Main Street.
Evidence included an 8-ounce bottle of Ronson lighter fluid, one-quarter empty; a green Bic lighter; an Army green scarf that he allegedly used to cover his face; a buck knife with 4-inch blade, and more than a dozen white zip ties of the sort, she said, are commonly used in crimes to bind victims.
"Our team takes pride in representing a brand that delivers the quality and workmanship every Buck knife has," said Norm Belanger, owner of Upper Canada Sports.
I was going to send my son's Buck knife back to the factory for its warranty sharpening.