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craft knife

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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craft knifeˈcraft knife noun (plural craft knives) [countable] British English  TZa very sharp knife used for cutting paper, thin wood etc
Examples from the Corpus
craft knifeHe said the two men attacked him with a tyre lever, hammer and a craft knife.The vinyl is cut to size the a craft knife, the backing peeled off and the laminate simply stuck in place.Use a craft knife for really sharp edges.Remove the boxes and Plasticine, and tidy up the rough edges, using a craft knife.Cut them off at the base with a razor blade or craft knife.Trim the paper to the shape of the faces with a sharp craft knife.Cut lengths off at ceiling and skirting with a sharp craft knife, angled into corners, for an exact fit.Cut the tiles to the required width with a sharp craft knife, and just slip into place.
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