To his extreme astonishment I buffeted him heavily upon the cheek.
Besides, it had bat wings, with which it buffeted the knight, but its tail was short.
Up and up they climbed through the blackness, blind and buffeted.
But the storm which buffeted her wings would tear her from this refuge.
Then he was buffeted about so terribly that Mildred could not bear to look.
Tossed and buffeted by the seas, the water poured in through many a leak.
He buffeted the waves bravely, but his strength was not equal to the undertaking.
Some were buffeted and told that they were heretics, and fit only for the fires of Smithfield.
Often they were buffeted and generally ill-used by their taskmasters.
Buffeted by time and weather, but in the prime of his strength.