Thesaurus / archery
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"We are put behind the archery now," said David Griffith to his Welshmen.

With the Black PrinceWilliam Osborn Stoddard

Of his exploits in archery Saxo has an account in his tenth book.

Canute the GreatLaurence Marcellus Larson

In Cazneau-street there was an archery lodge, a portion of which is still standing.

Many young men, sons of nobles and warriors, begged to become his pupils in archery.

Japanese Fairy WorldWilliam Elliot Griffis

Then, when the time was ripe, Mr. Ellsworth called him down into the field one day for a try at archery.

Tom Slade at Temple CampPercy K. Fitzhugh

In archery, the usual prize to the best shooter was a silver arrow: at Dumfries the contest was transferred to fire-arms.

Our cousins, the English, excel at archery, tea-drinking and putting the fifty-six pound protest.

Cobb's Bill-of-FareIrvin Shrewsbury Cobb

At one moment his mania would be fencing; the next, sleight-of-hand tricks; the next, archery.

The OctopusFrank Norris

Contests in archery and throwing the weight succeeded, and an encounter with sword and spear took place between Ajax and Diomede.

Teucer is eminent for his archery, yet he is excelled by Meriones, who had not neglected to invoke Apollo the god of archery.

WORDS RELATED TO ARCHERY

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