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sheathe in Weapons topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsheathesheathe /ʃiːð/ verb [transitive] literary  1 PMWCOVERto put a knife or sword into a sheath He sheathed his sword.2 be sheathed in/with something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
sheatheHe was sheathed in a blue body stocking which had yellow stripes running from his armpits to his ankles.Its walls and floor were sheathed in gypsum slabs, whilst its ceiling was painted blue and supported by a gypsum pillar.No weapons were visible, although Alexei guessed that a dagger was sheathed in Jotan's sleeve.The bottom was sheathed with a brass alloy called Muntz metal.