What does scabbard mean?

scabbard in AZ Dictionary

(n) A sheath, as for a dagger or blade.
(n) The sheath of a sword.
(n) the scenario where knife of a sword, dagger, etc., is held; a sheath.
(v) To put into or furnish with these types of a sheath.
(v) to set up a scabbard.
To sheathe, as a sword.
To provide with a scabbard or sheath; make a sheath for.

scabbard in Community Dictionary

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  • Synonym for "scabbard"
    • sheath, sheathe
  • Verb Forms for "scabbard"
    • scabbarded, scabbarding, scabbards
  • Hypernym for "scabbard"
    • sheath
  • Same Context for "scabbard"
    • hilt, sheath, buckle, pommel, breastplate
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