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1. sword-shaped

adjective. shaped like a sword blade.

Synonyms

  • swordlike
  • simple
  • bladelike
  • unsubdivided

Antonyms

  • rough
  • complex
  • difficult
  • simplicity

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2. almond-shaped

adjective. shaped like an almond.

Synonyms

  • amygdaliform
  • amygdaloidal
  • amygdaloid

Antonyms

  • prolate
  • oblate
  • uncoiled
  • square

3. wedge-shaped

adjective. (of a leaf shape) narrowly triangular, wider at the apex and tapering toward the base.

Synonyms

  • unsubdivided
  • simple

Antonyms

  • rough
  • complex
  • difficult

4. apple-shaped

adjective. having the general shape of an apple.

Synonyms

  • round

Antonyms

  • angular
  • noncyclic

5. boat-shaped

adjective. having a concave shape like a boat.

Antonyms

  • protrusive

6. disk-shaped

adjective. having a flat circular shape.

Synonyms

  • discoidal
  • circular
  • disclike
  • discoid
  • disc-shaped
  • round

Antonyms

  • angular
  • noncyclic
  • praise
  • top

7. pear-shaped

adjective. having a round shape tapered at one end.

Synonyms

  • circular

Antonyms

  • stay in place
  • reduce

8. sword-cut

noun. a scar from a cut made by a sword.

Synonyms

  • cicatrix
  • scar

9. shaped

adjective. ['ˈʃeɪpt'] shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort).

Synonyms

  • wrought
  • molded

Antonyms

  • amorphous
  • formless
  • unshaped

10. sword

noun. ['ˈsɔrd'] a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard.

Synonyms

  • saber
  • forte
  • backsword
  • peak
  • cutlas
  • tuck
  • foible
  • arm
  • fencing sword
  • blade
  • falchion
  • hilt
  • rapier
  • weapon system
  • cutlass
  • tip
  • broadsword
  • brand
  • sabre
  • weapon
  • cavalry sword
  • haft
  • helve
  • steel

Antonyms

  • node
  • middle
  • end
  • beginning

Etymology

  • sword (Middle English (1100-1500))
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