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Scarcely a dinted shield or a torn garment in their ranks; every bowman with a whole skin and a quiver full of arrows at his back.
SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
He saw the dinted nose of the De Stancys outlined with Holbein shadowlessness against the blue-green of the distant wood.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
And there were spear-heads that glinted, and musket-barrels, and swords with dinted scabbards.
THE WHITE PLUMES OF NAVARRESAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
The tin duck was dinted in on one side, and bulged out on the other in a manner painful to behold.
Ye'er hat's dinted, an' ye have ye'er necktie over ye'er ear; an' I see be ye'er hand ye've hit a Dutchman.
I trod on an old cask-hoop; it sprang up and dinted my shin and I stumbled—and that didn't help matters much.
"It is easy to see how my cousin got into that place," he said to Relf, pointing to my helm, which was sorely dinted.
KING OLAF'S KINSMANCHARLES WHISTLER
He thrust at it with his bayonet, which stuck in the door, even as my chair dinted the wainscot.
Twenty balls lodged in his throat, his scaly armour was dinted, and the bomb-shells put out one of his eyes.
OLD-TIME STORIESCHARLES PERRAULT
He put his hat down on the ground, dinted in the crown, and poured some water into the hollow for his cattle-pup.

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