Right in front, the doctor was pursuing his assailant down the hill, and just as my eyes fell upon him, beat down
his guard and sent him sprawling on his back with a great slash across the face.
First stepped forward several pairs of men armed with the quarter-staff, the widow's sons among them, and so skilfully did they thrust and parry and beat down
guards, that the Sheriff, who loved a good game as well as any man, clapped his hands, forgetting where he was, and shouted, "Well struck
Oh, I do--I do," exclaimed Leslie, with an eagerness which seemed to burst forth and beat down
some restraint that had been imposed on it.
And I told her I thought you couldn't bear to see anybody but me, you were so beat down
with trouble; but she said, '
Then the youth galloped thither with his iron soldiers, broke like a hurricane over the enemy, and beat down
all who opposed him.
He discovered a coco-tree, beat down
some of the fruit, broke them, and we drunk the milk and ate the nut with a satisfaction that protested against the ordinary food on the Nautilus.
The sun beat down
mercilessly out of a cloudless sky.
The sun beat down
hotly from a cloudless sky, but the trees in the garden were pleasant and cool.
At last the stranger struck Robin's cudgel so fairly in the middle that he could hardly hold his staff in his hand; again he struck, and Robin bent beneath the blow; a third time he struck, and now not only fairly beat down
Robin's guard, but gave him such a rap, also, that down he tumbled into the dusty road.
Bududreen was no mean sailor, but he was short handed, nor is it reasonable to suppose that even with a full crew he could have weathered the terrific gale which beat down
upon the hapless vessel.
And worst of all, we had no water to quench our thirst, and for two days the sun beat down
on us, and there was no shade.
Then followed another growl which the colonel tried to beat down