pocketknife


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pocketknife

a small knife with one or more blades that fold into the handle; penknife
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His most recent recording, Hollywood Pocketknife (Blue Ruby Records), received high praise and was nominated for the online Folkwax album of the year.
WITH UNCOOPERATIVE HANDS I CAREATED SLIVERS OF DRY WOOD WITH MY POCKETKNIFE, PILING THEM CAREFULLY, SHIVERS COMING IN CONVULSIONS.
6) Leatherman's Skeletool is a lightweight, streamlined multitool containing an outside-accessible pocketknife, full-size pliers w/wire cutters and folding handle, and a screwdriver w/two bits.
The second most popular would probably be a tie between a pocketknife and a flashlight.
Dipstick #2 dutifully fumbled through his pockets and eventually came up with a rather smallish, unimpressive folding pocketknife.
His tools are a pocketknife, a handsaw and some glue -- all kept in a box on a workbench in a corner of his tiny kitchen.
I used some of my trapping bounty money for a folding pocketknife.
He began to throw dirt on the flames, containing them as long as possible, and used his pocketknife to cut the victim from her seatbelt.
The standing man clutches an open pocketknife between his bared teeth.
In defense, Dawson pulled out a pocketknife and stabbed Knight twice in the chest.
Thus, if a pocketknife cannot be used to hijack a train, are metal detectors really warranted (excluding some government buildings and many stationary places) when either manual baggage inspections and/or bomb-biochem-nuke detection devices and dogs would suffice?
A 12-year-old Houston boy is taken to a juvenile detention center for unknowingly bringing to school a pocketknife left in his jacket from a Boy Scout meeting.