A metal tip or mounting on a scabbard or sheath. (noun)
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Use "chape" in a sentence
"Ireland is mentioned in the letter in this post, and note the spelling of cheap, as 'chape', which phonetically would be how cheap would sound to someone of that extraction..."
"In French chapeau (Latin cappellus) and chapelle (Latin cappella) are related to the old word chape which originally meant a kind of cape (Latin cappa"
"More high status examples would have a metal chape scabbard tip."