Noun(1) the handle of a sword or dagger
(1) Hanging at her waist, the hilt of a dagger protruded from its lacquered wooden scabbard.(2) The last thing Jack remembered was gripping the hilt of his sword before he was knocked out.(3) Her left hand closed around an invisible scabbard and her right hand clutched the hilt of a sword.(4) They saw Rurik shift his grip on his sword hilt and Banor stretch his right arm, ready to use magic.(5) He replied, his stance changing, his left hand firmly gripping the hilt of his sword.(6) Veon frowned but said nothing, his hand gripping the hilt of his sword tightly.(7) Angel gripped the hilt of the dagger, still not certain whether he was friend or foe.(8) He firmly gripped the hilt of his long sword and shouted brief words of refusal.(9) His hands were steady, and his grip strong on the hilt of his sword.(10) Lodge put his sunglasses on and stood up, his hand gripped around the hilt of his weapon.(11) She gripped the weapon by its hilt and its sheathe and carefully lifted it down from its hooks.(12) I let the arrow fly just as Blaise gripped the hilt of her knife and it landed solidly in the wooden sign.(13) He grasped the handle of the shield and the hilt of the sword, and felt himself being pushed along.(14) His hand griped the hilt of his sword, the blade drawn but down so the point traced a line in the snow.(15) His left hand grasped the hilt of his sword and his right hand tightened at his side.(16) She had a tight grip on the hilt of her sword and it tightened with every punch Hawk received.
(1) to the hilt :: i'r carn
1. handle ::
2. haft ::
3. handgrip ::
4. grip ::
5. shaft ::
6. shank ::
7. helve ::
Different Formshilt, hilts
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