1. saber

verb. ['ˈseɪbɝ'] kill with a saber.


  • kill


  • lengthen
  • expand

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Rhymes with Saber

  • lesabre
  • lefebvre
  • lefebre
  • lefeber
  • belabor
  • traber
  • klaiber
  • graber
  • tabor
  • taber
  • shaber
  • schaber
  • sabre
  • sabir
  • raber
  • neighbor
  • naber
  • labour
  • labor
  • laber
  • jaber
  • haber
  • gaber
  • fabre
  • faber
  • baber
  • aybar

Sentences with saber

1. Noun, singular or mass
Use a saber or keyhole saw to cut the hole for the chimney.

Quotes about saber

1. love as a passion—it is our European specialty—must absolutely be of noble origin; as is well known, its invention is due to the Provencal poet-cavaliers, those brilliant, ingenious men of the "gai saber,"to whom Europe owes so much, and almost owes itself.
- Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil

2. É muito mais lisonjeiro,(...)lutar-se por alguma coisa bela e ideal e saber ao mesmo tempo que não se conseguirá alcançá-la. Os ideais serão algo que se possa alcançar? Viveremos para cabar com a morte? Não, viveremos para temê-la e também para amá-la, e precisamente por causa da morte é que nossa vida vez por outra resplandece tão radiosa num belo instante.
- Hermann Hesse

3. La vida es una larga caída ,Marcus. Lo mas importante es saber caer
- Joël Dicker

2. saber-toothed

adjective. having teeth that resemble sabers.


  • sabertoothed
  • sabre-toothed


  • smooth
  • edentate
  • edental

3. saber-toothed_tiger

noun. any of many extinct cats of the Old and New Worlds having long swordlike upper canine teeth; from the Oligocene through the Pleistocene.


  • sabertooth
  • Smiledon californicus
  • big cat
  • cat


  • man
  • woman

4. saber

noun. ['ˈseɪbɝ'] a stout sword with a curved blade and thick back.


  • brand
  • scimitar
  • sabre
  • cavalry sword
  • sword
  • steel


  • be born
  • switch on
  • add
  • begin

5. saber

noun. ['ˈseɪbɝ'] a fencing sword with a v-shaped blade and a slightly curved handle.


  • fencing sword


  • inflate
  • deflate

6. saber

verb. ['ˈseɪbɝ'] cut or injure with a saber.


  • sabre


  • strengthen
  • malfunction