Quarterstaff (noun)

  1. A long staff or stick used as a weapon in medieval times.
  2. A staff or stick that is about six feet in length and that was used as a weapon in medieval times.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a staff carried by a quartermaster in the army): from quarter + staff.

Examples:

  1. The quarterstaff was a common weapon used by peasants in medieval times.
  2. The quarterstaff was often made of oak or ash wood and was easy to manufacture.
  3. Skilled fighters could wield a quarterstaff with great speed and power.
  4. The quarterstaff was also used for walking and as a tool for farm work.
  5. The quarterstaff was considered a versatile weapon and was used in a variety of different combat styles.
Some random words: intermezzo, jute, applicant