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a sword with a broad blade and (usually) two cutting edges

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Her part requires her to wield a seven-pound, two-handed broadsword, dueling foes with choreographed moves that must be executed just right to avoid injuries.
Mention of Norse broadswords brings me inevitably to Andy "The Viking" Foreman, 29 stone and a man who makes no secret of his liking for the odd pint or ten of lager.
Five of the seven are suspected of breaking into a pub the early morning of July 18 in Fussa, western Tokyo, armed with broadswords, tying up employees and customers using adhesive tape and making off with 800,000 yen in cash and jewels estimated to be worth 3.
The Washington Post says about the D's live show "Brandishing acoustic guitars like broadswords and singing artfully profane tales of dragons slain and wenches ravished, they at once skewer and venerate the Iron Maidens and Judas Priests of the world.
Last month, about 1000 weapons, including samurai swords and broadswords, were seized in a police raid on a business in the city centre.
MEMBERS of a medieval re-enactment group say their broadswords are going rusty as they have nowhere to do battle.
AROUND 1000 weapons including samurai swords, broadswords and daggers were seized in a police raid on a city centre business.
The audience may gasp as the broadswords clash, but no-one has to worry about a trip to casualty afterwards.
It's Corrie, but with broadswords Sue Perkins Well the park isn't as busy as last week
The fearsome ladies of Edinburgh's Auld Reekie Roller Girls roller derby team got to grips with some even scarier weaponry yesterday - a collection of 18th century Scottish broadswords.
After they fired their muskets, those who had them, they discarded them and charged, closing with the enemy and using their broadswords and dirks at close quarters.