Having a blade or blades as a-two bladed blade
- having a blade or blades; usually utilized in combo
- bearing or described as a blade or sword; frequently utilized in combo
- made up of slim level plates resembling a knife blade
- Having a blade or blades; because, a two-bladed knife.
- Divested of blades; because, bladed corn.
- made up of lengthy and slim plates, shaped such as the knife of a knife.
(a.) Having a blade or blades; as, a two-bladed knife.
- (a.) Divested of blades; since, bladed corn.
- (a.) made up of long and thin plates, shaped like knife of a knife.
Buffalo and bunch, and other short native prairie grasses, very nutritious ranging food but unavailable as hay, once covered the plains and pastured immense herds of buffalo and other animals, but with increasing settlement they have given way generally to exotic bladed species, valuable alike for pasture and for hay, except in the western regions.