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[bley-did] /ˈbleɪ dɪd/
having a blade or blades (often used in combination):
a single-bladed leaf.
Crystallography. of or relating to a thin, flat form suggestive of knife blades:
bladed arsenopyrite.
Origin of bladed
1570-80; blade + -ed3
Related forms
multibladed, adjective Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The tall three-bladed fans are the ubiquitous symbol of wind energy, but they aren't the only design on the market.
  • The lancelet resembles a lancet, a double-bladed surgical knife.
  • Near the feet, two chunks of birch fungus on leather straps were recovered, along with a flint-bladed dagger and shoes.
  • The three-bladed propeller was separated from the engine crankshaft and came to rest adjacent to the main wreckage.
  • The single-engine, four-bladed aircraft are used for armed reconnaissance.
  • These large-bladed, exposed ceiling fans circulate air rather than draw it into or out of a building.
  • Use a thin-bladed knife to cut into pieces, wiping blade in between cuts.
  • The screw propellers are of manganese bronze and are four-bladed.
  • Run a thin-bladed knife around the pan's edge and remove the cake.
  • The twin-bladed, oversized rotor is designed for low to moderate wind speeds.

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