bread knife


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Bread knife

A knife with a serrated blade that was used to slice bread.
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Noun1.Bread knife - a knife used to cut breadbread knife - a knife used to cut bread    
knife - edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
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The victim let Williams in and he took a large bread knife from the kitchen and held it to her throat, saying that if he couldn't have her, nobody else could.
TWO men were jailed for life yesterday for sawing through a voluntary worker's neck with a bread knife.
The man burst into Cubbington Wines, in Queen Street, Cubbington, brandishing a bread knife and demanding money.
Dr Acland said that there were numerous blood stains in the flat and a bread knife that had been used to prepare food was found in the kitchen along with a sharp kitchen knife.
A SOBBING schoolboy told yesterday how he tried to save his mum as his dad stabbed her to death with a bread knife.
A 20-YEAR-OLDman left his home following a domestic dispute armed with a claw hammer and bread knife.
Set contains: Paring knife, vegetable knife, boning knife, cook's knife, bread knife, carving knife, carving fork and wooden knife block (not photographed).
30pm,but returned holding a bread knife in one hand and a pool cue in the other.
David, of Shotts, Lanarkshire, was struck three times in the head and neck with a 10- inch bread knife.
The teen was also charged with producing a 10-inch bread knife and a six-inch kitchen knife.
Richard Fletcher, a 38-year-oldjoiner, was alleged to have held a bread knife to the throat of his estranged wife Louise at the former matrimonial home in Llandudno Junction last February.
A terrified teenager took a bread knife to school to protect himself from bullies.