A weapon with a blade triangular in cross-section and heavier than that of the foil. The epee has a large, cup-shaped guard that protects the hand and forearm. The target area in foil competition includes the entire body, and there is no right of way rule.
A thrusting sword descended from the duelling sword, similar in length to a foil but heavier, with a larger guard and a much stiffer blade.
a fencing sword similar to a foil but with a heavier blade
a type of fencing sword
One of the three fencing weapons. The Epee is a thrusting weapon only, with a blade triangular in cross section. The target includes the entire body of the opponent.
a fencing weapon with triangular cross-section blade and a large bell guard; also a light dueling sword of similar design, popular in the mid-19th century; epee de terrain; dueling sword.