So, Macbeth grabbed his dagger and killed the king right off.
I learned from those articles, lessons about rhythm and pacing and when to stick the dagger in and when to sheath it.
Shooting me dagger eyes, one Amber/Brittany/Ashlee eventually got me a cup of low-fat chocolate.
The dagger tattooed on his cheek conveys a menacing persona.
For the non-English majors among you, “dirk” is the Shakespearean term for dagger.
Else had the "Lady of the Night" not brought that dagger with her.'
Mr Clayton was pushing me forward, and urging a dagger into my hand.
The Count's movements revealed a Highland dagger concealed beneath one of the parchments!
Yet his heart still seemed to fester with the venom of the dagger.
Why, then, there was but one hope—his dagger was in his hand.
late 14c., apparently from Old French dague "dagger," from Old Provençal dague or Italian daga, of uncertain origin; perhaps Celtic, perhaps from Vulgar Latin *daca "Dacian knife," from the Roman province in modern Romania. The ending is possibly the faintly pejorative -ard suffix. Attested earlier (1279) as a surname (Dagard, presumably "one who carried a dagger"). Middle Dutch dagge, Danish daggert, German Degen also are from French.