The first inrushing wave of yellow warriors recoiled from the slashing
blades of ten of Helium's veteran fighting men.
At the same moment Kar Komak leaped with bare hands clawing at the leg of another of the huge riders; the balance of the horde raced in to close quarters, dismounting the better to wield their favourite long-swords; the Dusarian fliers touched the soft carpet of the ochre-clad sea-bottom, disgorging fifty fighting men from their bowels; and into the swirling sea of cutting, slashing
swords sprang Komal, the great banth.
The big slashing
manuscripts of hockey-playing young women in Wiltshire lay on Arthur's knee, while Susan deciphered tight little legal hands which rarely filled more than a page, and always conveyed the same impression of jocular and breezy goodwill.
But now that the foolish deed is done let us all prove our mettle and have a slashing
Suddenly there was a chorus of savage cries close beside him and simultaneously he found himself in the midst of twenty cutting, slashing
It was the gambling side of business that fascinated him, and to play in his slashing
manner required that his money must be ready to hand.
The black sprang away in trepidation, but the blood of Terrence the Magnificent was true in Jerry, and, like his father before him, he followed up, slashing
the black's other calf into a ruddy pattern.
As the Captain retreated kicking, he attacked, leaping and slashing
Seeing that everybody spoke, I got on my legs along with the rest, and made a slashing
speech on the loose-thinking side.
The two had spoken rapidly but were now interrupted by the advent through the opening in the roof of several Wieroos who had come in answer to the alarm it of the yellow slashing
The rain was now falling more steadily, with a low, monotonous susurration, interrupted at long intervals by the sudden slashing
of the boughs of the trees as the wind rose and failed.
Three pirates had fallen before him, and he had wounded Spade-beard in the neck, when the Norman giant sprang at him from the side with a slashing
blow from his deadly mace.
The poems were not great, some of them indeed were nothing less than mawkish, but perhaps they did not deserve the slashing
review which appeared in the Edinburgh Review.