Thesaurus / claymore
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As gently as possible she broke the news to Mrs. Weems that she might make another trip to Claymore.

In an hour—if the wind went swingin' round—the Royal Bloodhound an' the Claymore would be floatin' free.

They are all I can call my own, except my plaid and my claymore.

A Legend of MontroseSir Walter Scott

It was well on toward sunset when Claymore reached the mountain village where Celia was staying with a party of friends.

I have seen it many times since; I have seen it at Claymore Tavern.

Dark HollowAnna Katherine Green

She had fully intended to tell Miss Swenster that her son was in Claymore.

The Secret of the SundialMildred A. Wirt, AKA Ann Wirt

Actually, she desired nothing more than an opportunity to talk with the woman, perhaps learning what had brought her to Claymore.

The Secret of the SundialMildred A. Wirt, AKA Ann Wirt

It has always belonged to the Mackhais ever since they conquered the Mackalps, and took it with claymore and targe.

Three BoysGeorge Manville Fenn

Still Lord Claymore hoped that some chance might enable him to come up with her and bring her to action.

At this point he had to concentrate, for Mrs. Claymore leaned over and breathed into her friend's attentive ear.

The Model of a JudgeWilliam Morrison

WORDS RELATED TO CLAYMORE

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