crossbow

[ kraws-boh, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF crossbow
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He reappeared in his original form, took up his crossbow and shot at the bird.

There was the tip of the dog's tail, and the top of the hunter's crossbow.

The arrow is laid on the stock of a crossbow in the proper position for firing.

He leaped upward, as high as possible, his crossbow in his hand.

And already they've got iron swords, the crossbow and even a few muskets.

Reif said, "It was a mistake, too, to allow them the secret of the crossbow."

Nigel's hand had sought his crossbow, but the Lady Ermyntrude grasped his arm.

He took a step toward Lorenzo, who shook the crossbow at him again.

"Please put your crossbow down, Lorenzo," Sophia said again.

This crossbow might be the only thing that keeps us from getting dragged off to be hanged.

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