An implement with a curved blade attached to a handle, used especially for clearing brush and for rough pruning.(noun)
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Use "billhook" in a sentence
"Four sturdy countrymen in homespun came striding confidently, two with bows strung and slung ready for action, one shouldering a billhook, and the fourth a long, handled pikel."
"If I jabbed at him with the billhook, I might just touch him."
"The priest dropped the billhook and freed his left arm from the cloak and took a swipe at me openhanded, caught me on my shoulder."