His mother, an actress, took her own life with a razor blade when he was eight years old.
Police had built a barricade of razor wire to keep the two groups apart.
And of course, his insights were always keen and his wit was never less than razor sharp.
They passed one unit after another, each entirely separate, each encircled by chain link topped with razor wire.
The blades are razor sharp and the ramp is finely adjustable.
The blade was broad, with the edge of a razor and the point of a needle.
Not a comb nor a razor left; not a garment to make myself decent in!
He wiped his razor at last, poured some water in a bowl and doused his face.
Then he shot me a glance as sharp as a razor, and we looked into one another's eyes.
Some there were who cut their throat with a razor or threw themselves from a window.
late 13c., from Old French raseor "a razor" (12c.), from raser "to scrape, shave" (see rase). Razor clam (1835, American English) so called because its shell resembles an old folding straight-razor. Razor-edge figurative of sharpness or a fine surface from 1680s.
The Nazarites were forbidden to make use of the razor (Num. 6:5; Judg. 13:5). At their consecration the Levites were shaved all over with a razor (Num. 8:7; comp. Ps. 52:2; Ezek. 5:1).