Two-edged Definition

to͝oĕjd
adjective
Having two keen edges.
American Heritage
Webster's New World
Being such that two contrasting meanings, effects, or interpretations are possible.
A two-edged compliment.
American Heritage

(of an edged weapon etc) Having two cutting edges.

Wiktionary

Origin of Two-edged

  • From two- +"Ž edged.

    From Wiktionary

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