- put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath；encase (something) in a close-fitting or protective covering
verb: sheathe, 3rd person present: sheathes, gerund or present participle: sheathing, past tense: sheathed, past participle: sheathed
- 1. put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath:
I sheathed my dagger
when lion cubs strike out at one another, they keep their claws sheathed
- 2. encase (something) in a close-fitting or protective covering:
her legs were sheathed in black stockings
- v.put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath.
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