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ken·do / ˈkenˌdō/ • n. a Japanese form of fencing with two-handed bamboo swords, originally developed as a safe form of sword training for samurai. DERIVATIVES: ken·do·ist / -dōist/ n.

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Kendo (Jap., ‘way of the sword’). The Zen way of attaining mastery over emotions, by swordplay and fencing.

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kendo

kendo:martial arts.

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