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Keep them to yourself, or, by George, we'll take 'em off with a billhook!
A soldier pointed out to the king a billhook which he had seized on the person of the vagabond.
“I will not be long absent, depend upon that,” said Mr Billhook, as he jumped into the boat and pulled away for the shore.
THE MISSING SHIPW. H. G. KINGSTON
In his insane fury he had attempted to slash at one of my men with a billhook he carried.
HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONEHENRY M. STANLEY
They attach to their waist-string or cloth a billhook and knife, and carry their bows and arrows slung on their shoulders.
Looking up, billhook in hand as a horseman struck sparks from the ride by the walk, he recognized Philip Taverney.
THE MESMERIST'S VICTIMALEXANDRE DUMAS
Here he took the billhook and the saw from his assistant, and strode on, swinging one of the tools in each hand.
AUNT RACHELDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY
"Set up the ladder here, Joseph," he said, pointing with the billhook to indicate the place.
AUNT RACHELDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY
He came slowly down the ladder and, surrendering his billhook to Joseph, advanced and proffered a tremulous white hand.
AUNT RACHELDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY
"Up thee goest, gaffer," said Joseph, handing over the little old lady's head the billhook and the saw.
AUNT RACHELDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY

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