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also ra·zor blade  (rā′zər-blād′)
A thin, sharp-edged piece of steel that can be fitted into a razor.
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Noun1.razorblade - a blade that has very sharp edgerazorblade - a blade that has very sharp edge  
blade - the flat part of a tool or weapon that (usually) has a cutting edge
razor - edge tool used in shaving
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The contrast between the razorblades, and all the terrible connotations they imply, and the acrobat silhouette is especially noteworthy.
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The travel bag of goodies for men comprises a shaving kit, with a Schick Extreme 3 razorblade and a cufflink box made of leather.
I grab my own rebound, and I feel the pressure--a razorblade sharpness down below.
Gillette, inventor of the disposable razorblade of the same name, saw the Industrial Revolution leading inexorably to a future where a single robotic corporation created and distributed goods with perfect efficiency.
The razorblade, as Martha Banta points out, is the black man's weapon as defined by the "rules of etiquette" controlling race relations in post-Reconstruction America (203).
And every time I called her that day - I called 158 times - I took a razorblade and I cut myself on my face or on my hands," he said.
If you're doing a search and the individual has a razorblade or has a hypodermic needle that they've hidden and you injure yourself with that, the staff member would immediately contact his or her immediate supervisor," Giles said.
There is nowhere to hide as Burton goes for the jugular with his depiction of a vengeful man, who takes a razorblade to the inviting throat of a capital awash with villains and cheats.
Allegedly inspired by an unfinished '80s blaxploitation film, Gutterfly purports to chronicle the adventures of fearless "ghetto superheroes" in Razorblade City (a.