They tore at each others' eyes and ears with their hands and with their gleaming tusks repeatedly slashed and gored
until both were cut fairly to ribbons from head to foot.
There loomed the dogging memory of the tattered soldier--he who, gored
by bullets and faint for blood, had fretted concerning an imagined wound in another; he who had loaned his last of strength and intellect for the tall soldier; he who, blind with weariness and pain, had been deserted in the field.
Up the valleys of Bushahr - the far-beholding eagles of the Himalayas swerve at his new blue-and-white gored
umbrella - hurries a Bengali, once fat and well-looking, now lean and weather-worn.
He knew that alone the tiny prick of the arrow could not so quickly dispatch these wild things of the jungle, who were often torn and scratched and gored
in a frightful manner as they fought with their jungle neighbors, yet as often recovered as not.
My darling, it was a great red Devonshire bull, and not long after it gored
a man to death and had to be destroyed.