Then in the days of sharp-pointed
swords, a spectator was an occasional victim--the end of a broken sword flew five or ten feet and buried itself in his neck or his heart, and death ensued instantly.
May the heathen ruler of the winds confine in iron chains the boisterous limbs of noisy Boreas, and the sharp-pointed
nose of bitter-biting Eurus.
Besides, such is the breadth of the upper part of the front of his head, and such the tapering cut-water formation of the lower part, that by obliquely elevating his head, he thereby may be said to transform himself from a bluff-bowed sluggish galliot into a sharp-pointed
New York pilot-boat.
Once, at a sharp turn where a man's shoulder would unavoidably brush against a screen of leaves, the bushman displayed great caution as he spread the leaves aside and exposed the head of a sharp-pointed
spear, so set that the casual passer-by would receive at the least a nasty scratch.
She probably imagined that she was thinking about the Aids and their missionary box and the new carpet for the vestry room, but under these reflections was a harmonious consciousness of red fields smoking into pale-purply mists in the declining sun, of long, sharp-pointed
fir shadows falling over the meadow beyond the brook, of still, crimson-budded maples around a mirrorlike wood pool, of a wakening in the world and a stir of hidden pulses under the gray sod.
In three days your friend the secretary will be directed to come to your house, and read before you the articles of impeachment; and then to signify the great lenity and favour of his majesty and council, whereby you are only condemned to the loss of your eyes, which his majesty does not question you will gratefully and humbly submit to; and twenty of his majesty's surgeons will attend, in order to see the operation well performed, by discharging very sharp-pointed
arrows into the balls of your eyes, as you lie on the ground.
The lines seemed pearls to me and his voice sweet as syrup; and afterwards, I may say ever since then, looking at the misfortune into which I have fallen, I have thought that poets, as Plato advised, ought to he banished from all well-ordered States; at least the amatory ones, for they write verses, not like those of 'The Marquis of Mantua,' that delight and draw tears from the women and children, but sharp-pointed
conceits that pierce the heart like soft thorns, and like the lightning strike it, leaving the raiment uninjured.
Indignation that a mere black should laugh at him mastered Jerry, and the next moment his puppy teeth, sharp-pointed
as needles, had scored the astonished black's naked calf in long parallel scratches from each of which leaped the instant blood.
It makes a large, handsome plant with a rosette of dangerous, sharp-pointed
and toothed leaves, which are blue-green and dusted with a zinc-white bloom.
The girl who was arrested, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with attempted murder and threatening a person with a blade or sharp-pointed
After observing the cyst fluid coming by the IV cannula, sharp-pointed
needle part is retracted and plastic part is less harmful for artery and nerves surrounding the cyst.
GOAD A Rick in a barn B Large lizard C Sharp-pointed
stick for driving oxen who am I?