Their eyes rolled, their knotted hands swung about like bludgeons.
They appeal to brains and not to bludgeons; they trust in ballots and not in bullets.
Sometimes my letters contain not mere thorns, but bludgeons.
He reached out his hands and grasped and used phrases not his own as if they were bludgeons.
Sawyer choked with laughter, and the bludgeons performed like pile-drivers.
Two of the blacks turned to meet him, lifting their bludgeons.
Penang-lawyers are also bludgeons which are carried by all classes in Singapore.
Stones were thrown and bludgeons used, and a man had his arm broken.
Many of his followers were armed with bludgeons and other rude weapons, and moved in files.
And at need we shall have bludgeons—for the wild olive trees are good with us.