steak knife


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steak knife

n.
A table knife with a sharp, usually serrated steel blade.
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Noun1.steak knife - a sharp table knife used in eating steaksteak knife - a sharp table knife used in eating steak
table knife - a knife used for eating at dining table
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steak knife

ncoltello a lama seghettata (da bistecca)
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The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | |Stephen James Beard, 38, from Railway Terrace in Canton, Cardiff, admitted carrying a steak knife in a public place.
Late in the evening a man wearing surgical gloves and carrying a steak knife demanded money from the till.
Lithuanian Deivydas Zigelis, 39, plunged a steak knife into 26-year-old Alexander Karpovs' heart because he only bought cider.
A ROBBER wearing tights over his face stormed into a Coventry charity shop and threatened staff with a steak knife.
Sutton Coldfield pub landlord is stabbed with his own steak knife.
Steak knives are usually sold separately, and do well, but we thought the steak knife was important to include in the set because people use it, it's an integral part of the meal," said Grace Saari, senior marketing director.
He said the steak was very well-cooked and really enjoyed it - with a handy sharp steak knife.
com/news/533546/rapper-andre-johnson-used-steak-knife-to-cut-off-penis-and-testicles-while-on-drugs-source-says) EOnline that the rapper had used a serrated steak knife to cut off his penis first, and then removed his testicles and what remains of his genitalia.
Corn is a keen fisherman and hunter, both with a rifle and a bow, but bushcraft aside, perhaps some of his most impressive creations are carving sets, steak knife sets, and kitchen knives --all with a specific African bent.
Thomas Wainwright said he saw a "red mist" before plunging a steak knife into the chest of lifelong pal Southport RUFC player Jack Wardell on Christmas Eve.
During further questioning, he told police he recalled grabbing a steak knife as he was leaving the house, and while running away decided he wanted to kill himself and stabbed himself in the neck and arm.
THE thug who robbed Susan Boyle was back in court yesterday - for threatening to murder cops with a meat cleaver and a steak knife.