Stiletto meaning

stĭ-lĕtō
A small dagger, having a slender, tapering blade.
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A small, sharp-pointed instrument used for making eyelet holes in needlework.
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A small, sharp-pointed instrument used for making eyelet holes in cloth, etc.
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A high, very thin heel on a woman's shoe.
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To stab, or kill by stabbing, with a stiletto.
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Sharp and narrow like a stiletto.

Her stiletto heels would cause damage if she ever stepped on someone's foot with them.

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A short sharp knife or dagger-like weapon intended for stabbing.
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An awl.
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A woman's shoe with a tall, slender heel (stiletto heel).
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A beard trimmed into a pointed form.
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To attack or kill with a stiletto (dagger).
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Origin of stiletto

  • Italian diminutive of stilo dagger from Latin stilus stylus, spike

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition