The first means sharp, the second narrow, both applying well to the knife-edged ridges of the desert.
It took all the Indian's grit to hold on to that knife-edged war club.
From the knife-edged ridge above our eagles eyrie (height 5500 feet) we enjoyed a memorable view.
The lama was mildly surprised that any one should object to the knife-edged breezes which had cut the years off his shoulders.
When the soldiers reached the knife-edged passage, he was prompted to warn them.
Others cling to the knife-edged back of some difficult spur.
And again the knife-edged passage was disputed, and again they fell back to the beach.
By her side the little Spaniard with his knife-edged trousers and thin-waisted coat appeared comic.
They are knife-edged, and the lower fits exactly inside the upper, so that they give a very firm grip.
The knife-edged saddle is very rotten, but leads to a firm block of rock nearly 1,000 ft. above the sea.