Nor less emphatic is his railing at the plaid and blaspheming at the claymore.
I thought the weather guaranteed me a season's rest, but here's the claymore again!
He then drew his claymore, and cut the cords which bound the intended victim.
Donald Roy leaped to his feet, waved his sword and shouted “Claymore!”
The former was laid dead on the ground by a stroke from a claymore.
“Perhaps you may be able to serve her,” remarked Lord Claymore.
No, my father could have drawn the claymore, but he could also use the ploughshare—and did.
It was an excellent weapon, better at close quarters than my claymore.
It was said that three thousand clansmen were ready to draw the claymore at his call.
“In my day, it was the house of Claymore,” Mrs. Grandale declared.