Noun(1) a small dagger with a tapered blade
(1) The weapon wasn't a pocketknife or sheath knife, but a stiletto .(2) Be bold and brash in your grunge gear with loop earrings and big bangles or add chic to your feet by returning to the simple pointed court shoe or stiletto .(3) Another thing about those thin high heels: not only are they named after a weapon - the stiletto - but they exert a heavy force by concentrating your weight on a small point.(4) He quickly ran up the hill past him and blocked his path as he drew his stiletto and pulled a short sword from his pack.(5) At 43-years old, you are young enough to wear a sexy stiletto sandal in a fabulous metallic that's sure to drive girlfriends wild with shoe envy.(6) She tried to drive her stiletto knife into his throat but he threw her off before it touched his skin.(7) He buckled on his sword belt, slipped a dagger into his boot sheath, and tucked a stiletto into his sleeve.(8) Another claim for a pair of shoes was received after a woman caught the heel of her stiletto - which snapped off - in a car park drain.(9) It is interesting to note that these days anything goes and you can go in a shop and buy pointed or platform shoes, stiletto or wide heels (with a choice of heights), flat or heeled sandals and trainers, even jelly shoes.(10) It won't stifle you with brilliant play, but it will drive a stiletto beneath your shoulder blade when you're not looking.(11) the rapid click of stiletto heels on pavement(12) But, if he can already feel the edge of the Russian's sword, at least he has let him know what a stiletto between the shoulder blades feels like.(13) From the vial she poured a single drop of oil on the razor-sharp stiletto blade, and spread it along the cutting edge with a mahogany toothpick.(14) The sparse, terse prose he employed was like a stiletto knife stabbing at the underbelly of post-war Britain.(15) It is alleged that a disguised meat cleaver, stiletto blade and a dagger were taken on to a packed British Airways Boeing 747 flight.(16) I suddenly feared that we were journeying, unaware that we were, toward some dangerous place where the canes, grown as high and thick as a forest, would close in on us and run us through with their stiletto blades.
(1) stiletto heel :: خنجر كعب
1. stiletto ::
Different Formsstiletto, stilettos
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