How Do You Spell SABRE?

Correct spelling for the English word "sabre" is [s_ˈeɪ_b_ə], [sˈe͡ɪbə], [sˈe‍ɪbə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SABRE

  1. To wound or kill, as with a sabre.

Common Misspellings for SABRE

Below is the list of 217 misspellings for the word "sabre".

Usage Examples for SABRE

  1. I have for six months frequented a blacksmith's and carpenter's shop, learning to handle hammer and axe, and I also practice arms, the bayonet and sabre exercise. - "Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence" by Louis Agassiz
  2. He was a gray old man, with the eye of a hot- headed boy, and a sabre- cut across his right cheek. - "The Heart's Highway A Romance of Virginia in the Seventeeth Century" by Mary E. Wilkins
  3. Damn that sabre,- and the service generally! - "A Trooper Galahad" by Charles King
  4. There was a general laugh at Hugh's confusion; but Hugh had carried an order across a field under a hot fire, and had brought a regiment up in the nick of time, riding by its colonel's side in a charge which had changed the issue of the fight, and had a sabre wound in the arm to show for it. - "Two Little Confederates" by Thomas Nelson Page
  5. After a while Letty rose; her thin hand lingered, on his shoulder as she stood beside him, and he got to his feet and adjusted belt and sabre. - "Ailsa Paige" by Robert W. Chambers