Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


For I will go to Montaubon with none save my two squires and two archers.

For me, I will ride into their camp with my squire and two archers.

"Stand to it, Aylward," cried the archers, amid a fresh burst of laughter.

"Keep your tongue still, or it will be the worse for you," shouted the most drunken of the archers.

Could they not set up five archers for the honor of Aquitaine and of Gascony?

They were praised as archers; but they desired to be praised as poets.

At last it seemed to the four archers that their hour had come.

More than a dozen of them had been killed or severely wounded by the archers.

Behind them came 400 mounted archers forming the bodyguard of the king.

Then there is Aribaius the king of Cappadocia with 6000 horse and 30,000 archers and targeteers.