razor wire

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razor wire (countable and uncountable, plural razor wires)

  1. A form of securing wire similar to barbed wire, but with a series of short blades instead of barbs. Also, a length thereof.
    • 2007 (December 12th, 5:12pm): Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw, “Guitar Hero III” reviewed by Zero Punctuation, 1:30–1:40
      Don’t believe the lie of Guitar Hero III; it’s actually the fourth title in the series, the third being Rocks the 80s, which I haven’t played, but the day I fork out seventy bucks for an expansion pack is the day I swallow razor wire, pull the end out of my arse, and floss myself to death.

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