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This fearful war was a deathblow to your father's sanguine hopes of making a rapid fortune.
The story to which two little words, yes or no, ends so ecstatically, or gives the deathblow.
A CHANGED HEARTMAY AGNES FLEMING
In the long reign of his son Manasseh later writers saw the deathblow to the Judaean kingdom.
This was practically the deathblow to the Anglo-Castilian marriage.
Two days later, he gave to the country the expressive phrase "contraband of war," which proved the deathblow of American slavery.
This last was a clincher and the obscurantic antisalts received the deathblow they richly deserved.
But it was the introduction and general employment of lightning-rods that dealt a final deathblow to the thunderbolt theory.
FALLING IN LOVEGRANT ALLEN
Guy went out to meet him and after a fearful encounter was able to deal a deathblow with his battle-axe behind the beast's ear.
But even in his dying struggles the boar would have killed her, had not Meleager come to her rescue and given him his deathblow.
The mournful accident already alluded to had affected his health, and he now received his deathblow.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION