bayonet


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a knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon

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stab or kill someone with a bayonet

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References in classic literature ?
Philippe in defending Hippolyte had received a bayonet in his shoulder; but he clung to his horse's mane, and clasped him so tightly with his knees that the animal was held as in a vice.
It was Mulcahy who scrambled up tooth and nail and hurled down among the bayonets the amazed Afghan who barred his way.
in a wild attempt to stab a shark with an old bayonet tied to a stick.
Seeing this man's obstinate determination, the sentinel presented his bayonet in the form of an ultimatum.
On the other hand, let not the most conservative and timid fear anything from a premature surrender of the bayonet and the system of force.
With more than the usual sense of being impinged upon the point of a bayonet, Katharine replied:
They saw him snatch up a discarded rifle with bayonet fixed and creep upon the apparently unconscious Tarzan.
The car had come to a standstill before a white gate, in front of which was stationed a British soldier, with drawn bayonet.
Heinz and Klatz, possibly influenced by their exhortation, were putting up but a half-hearted resistance; but Dietz, a huge, bearded, bull-necked Prussian, yelling like a maniac, sought to exterminate the Englische schweinhunde with his bayonet, fearing to fire his piece lest he kill some of his comrades.
injurious cannon-ball and the inconsiderate bayonet.
Armies of troops were put into the field, and the fanatics were herded back at the bayonet point to their tasks in the cities.
Whereupon he swore, and with a lunge drove the bayonet of his rifle into Colonel Jacinto Fierro's body.
With the yew bow and cloth-yard shaft at Cressy and Agincourt--with the brown bill and pike under the brave Lord Willoughby--with culverin and demi-culverin against Spaniards and Dutchmen--with hand-grenade and sabre, and musket and bayonet, under Rodney and St.
the "Howling Wilderness," the "Washerwoman of Wandsworth Common," and the "British Soldier's best Bayonet," which, bent upon awakening her before she slept, Mrs.
If he had pricked them with a bayonet, I doubt if the Indians could have started and turned on him with a more tigerish quickness than they did, on hearing the first words that passed his lips.