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é·pée

also e·pee  (ā-pā′, ĕp′ā)
n.
1. A fencing sword with a bowl-shaped guard and a long, narrow, fluted blade that has no cutting edge and tapers to a blunted point.
2. The art or sport of fencing with this sword.

[French, from Old French espee, from Latin spatha, broad double-edged sword; see spathe.]

é·pée′ist n.

épéeist

(ˈɛpeɪɪst)
n
(Fencing) fencing a person who uses or specializes in using an épée
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LIVERPOOL female fencer Katrina Smith is now ranked as Britain's number two Epeeist after winning three medals in a month.
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In the individual events, Cardiff epeeist James Taylor came closest to a medal, losing 15-6 in his quarter final by on-form countryman Burkhalter, while sabreur Jo Chen, from Cardiff's Russell Swords club was also one fight away from bronze when her team lost 45-38 to Singapore, Chen finished 23rd in her competition.
With 2010 being Commonwealth Championship year, competition was tough, but the Welsh epeeist won his six pool matches to be seeded fourth of the 96 competitors and won his first four knockout fights before losing to silver medallist Nick Perry in the semi-finals.