What is another word for tined?

104 synonyms found


[ tˈa͡ɪnd], [ tˈa‍ɪnd], [ t_ˈaɪ_n_d]

How to use "Tined" in context?

According to Merriam-Webster, "tined" means "having a pointed end or point," which is the perfect word to describe a sharp object that is used for a specific purpose. There are many different purposes for a sharp object, such as defending oneself or cutting something. When a sharp object is tined, it means that it has been Vietnam fished and has a point at the end that is specifically designed for hunting and killing.

The Vietnam fished sharp object is often times more lethal because it has been specifically designed for hunting and killing.

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