[ sahyth ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Before 900; Middle English from Old English sigthe; related to Old Norse sigthr, Old High German segansa
  • bayonet
  • blade
  • cutter
  • unavailable
an agricultural tool with a long, curving blade that sits at an angle on the handle
A) This woman was witty and sharp as a scythe. B) The blade of the scythe was perfect for cutting grass.
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