Examples of sheathe in a Sentence
sometimes shipbuilders sheathe a ship's bottom with copper for extra protection from barnacles and other threats
Recent Examples of sheathe from the Web
The California officer who impounded the vehicle found a medical card with Cunningham’s name on it in the passenger compartment, as well as a samurai sword, sheathed and wrapped in a blanket in the trunk, the charges say.
Becca, still sheathed in her one-on-one dress, greets him.
Four billion years ago, both planets were warm, sheathed by protective atmospheres, and carved with rivers and pools of liquid water.
The world will soon see whether the president’s tweets of iron can be smoothly sheathed in a diplomatic glove.
Running at the end of practice, after a couple of hours in the sun, sheathed in shoulder pads and a helmet, is part of practice.
The institute is a master at promoting legislation that looks unassuming, even laudable, on its surface while keeping its right-wing fangs sheathed.
In 2002, archaeologists in Siberia discovered 34 burials that included several mummies sheathed in copper and five infants buried with copper face masks.
The 1940s console was purchased in Paris, the walls are sheathed in a Holland & Sherry fabric, and the unsigned artwork is from Redefined Chicago.
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SHEATHE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sheathe for English Language Learners
: to put (something, such as a sword) into a sheath
: to cover (something) with something that protects it
SHEATHE Defined for Kids
Definition of sheathe for Students
- Sheathe your sword.
- The ship's bottom is sheathed with copper.
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