bladed

adjective
blad·​ed | \ˈblā-dəd \

Definition of bladed 

: having a blade or blades often used in combination 5-bladed propeller

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Some jail deputies already carry bladed rescue hooks. Chad Sokol, The Seattle Times, "Spokane County Jail removing bedsheets, hiring suicide-prevention expert after 3 inmates hang themselves in a year," 1 July 2018 Returning Rage fans will also be happy to get their hands on the weird bladed boomerangs again, the Wingsticks. Hayden Dingman, PCWorld, "Hands-on: Rage 2's Doom-inspired action is a maelstrom of guns, grenades, and gore," 15 June 2018 Nashville police say Micheli killed his ex-boss, 46-year-old Joel Paavola, with a hatchet and another bladed instrument Monday morning as Paavola led a workout at The Balance Training center in the Belle Meade community. Fox News, "Police: Suspect admitted to killing in hatchet death," 7 June 2018 But what was once a (probably) guilty pleasure had become her unique survival skill—codified in-game as a bonus to her use of bladed weapons. Steven Strom, Ars Technica, "State of Decay 2 review: Shambling toward nothing," 22 May 2018 Measures are in place to tackle the likes of suicide bombers, attackers wielding bladed weapons such as knives and machetes and vehicles driving into the crowds of fans. Allison Barrie, Fox News, "Royal Wedding: How a vast security operation will keep the couple, guests and spectators safe," 17 May 2018 The thin-bladed plant, also known as Eulalia, will replace the fan-like palms the congregation used for the last several years as part of another green initiative. Kristin E. Holmes, Philly.com, "Palm-free Palm Sunday: a green Philly church opts for local grasses," 23 Mar. 2018 The small plane is propelled by giant custom five-bladed scimitar props and has a 52-foot wing span. Diane Bell, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Adventure seeker plans to fly over both poles in 1983 aircraft," 9 Apr. 2018 According to court papers, Mouhib used a large-bladed kitchen knife to stab the victim in the upper-left area of the back and in his neck, causing the victim's head to become severed from his body. USA TODAY, "New York mom charged in decapitation of her 7-year-old son," 6 Apr. 2018

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1600, in the meaning defined above

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