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tr.v. sheathed, sheath·ing, sheathes. 1. To insert into or provide with a sheath. 2. To retract (a claw) into a sheath. 3. To enclose with a protective covering; encase. [Middle English schethen, from schethe, sheath; see sheath .]What does sheath mean?
sheath (noun) a protective covering (as for a knife or sword)What is the definition of sheath?
The definition of a sheath is a case for a knife or blade, or a tube-shaped structure that wraps around for protection, or a close-fitting dress. An example of a sheath is a case for a sword. An example of a sheath is the tissue that protects a muscle fiber.