blowpipe, covering, dart, rapier, garrotte, hilt, holder, saber, pommel, casing, blowgun, cutlass, dagger.
case (part of speech: noun)
But the sword still remained- a good enough blade, in a leather scabbard,
and with not too much to proclaim that it was a sailor's except an anchor- on, of course, the eternal sun, Louis's emblem- fastened to the top of its handle.
- "In the Day of Adversity", John Bloundelle-Burton.
Then he began to wade out, and as he went she saw him assure himself that his sheath- knife moved sweetly in its scabbard
with the click of easy- fitting steel.
- "Patsy", S. R. Crockett.
Mackenzie put his pistol in the scabbard
with slow and deliberate hand, feeling that the battle was done, watching Hall as he rode blindly on.
- "The Flockmaster of Poison Creek", George W. Ogden.