Definition of Bidents
1. bident [n] - See also: bident
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bidents
Literary usage of Bidents
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Harvard African Studies by African Dept (1917)
"It is a general characteristic of all bidents, whether of primitive or of civilized peoples, that the two points are so mounted as to have their barbs on ..."
2. The Metropolitan (1833)
"The merry troop of the haymakers follow their pioneers, and toss with their bidents into the sunny air the fragrant grass and the breathing flowers which ..."
3. The Story of the Christians and Moors of Spain by Charlotte Mary Yonge (1878)
"... and carrying pikes, darts, axes, iron maces, scythes, sickles, bidents and tridents with sharp points ; and behind them were the archers and slingers. ..."
4. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1863)
"A Special General Meeting may be summoned, on the written requisition of seven Members, or of the President, or two Vice-Pre- bidents, which must specify ..."