- A kind of metal utilized in swordmaking from about 300 BC to 1700 advertising, described as distinctive habits of banding and mottling similar to moving water.
- See Damask steel, under Damask, a.
- a difficult resistant metallic usually embellished and utilized for sword blades
- See Damask steel, under damask.
- Definition for "Damascus steel"
- A kind of metal utilized in swordmaking from…
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- Hypernym for "Damascus steel"
- Variant for "Damascus steel"