English words and Examples of Usage

use "scabbard" in a sentence

Youko loses the scabbard, and thus gets taunted by both visions and the monkey, until she kills the monkey and picks up the dead scabbard.

Begin this movement with the sword on your left side as if it were in the scabbard (Saya).

Undaunted, he waved the sword, scabbard
clean, new cut in his new desk surface about three inches (7.5 cm) long, and a small hollow pyramidal blob of black clay speckled with sawdust.

He directed himself over the bar head and shoulders first, sliding over on his back and landing in a fashion which would likely have broken his neck in the old, sawdust landing pits.

R-value testing was completed at the University of Manitoba in the winter of 2005. The findings compiled by the Engineering Department, found that each inch of cordwood wall (mortar, log end and sawdust/lime insulation yielded an r-value of 1.47.

Depending what type of sawdust used ( hardwood is best) the wood chips in the walls absorb moisture and help prevent cracking during freeze/thaw cycles.

The release of CO2 from burning sawdust, when derrived from forest biomass in Boreal forest ecosystems, is carbon-neutral.

The swamps were gradually cleared by laborers, and the sand ridges were filled in with dried mud, sawdust from local sawmills, and ballast from a quarry at Edge Hill.

Their motto was, "Ten hours or no sawdust." By building a branch line from Ugla to the lake Kyvannet, the company could freight ice down to its offices in Sandgata 2. There, it packed the ice into sawdust, and it would keep as long as August.

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