Thesaurus / halberd
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Each struck with the sword or with the halberd: at last the soldiers of the Five Cantons were driven back in disorder.

He has in his hands a nonsensical seventeenth-century halberd, with which he is trying to kill men in a street in Notting Hill.

The Napoleon of Notting HillGilbert K. Chesterton

Ulenspiegel saw, spitted on the blade of the halberd, a big knuckle bone.

The Legend of UlenspiegelCharles de Coster

Hastate, like the head of a halberd—applied to leaves which have a spreading lobe on each side of the base.

Seeds of Michigan WeedsW. J. (William James) Beal

"I take the matter upon myself," replied Eck, and setting his halberd aside, bought him off from the recruiting party.

They carry a halberd, or sort of lance with a sharp blade at the end.

The halberd slipped from Arnliot's hands, and she ran out with it.

HeimskringlaSnorri Sturlason

Zwingle, silent and collected, like nature before the bursting of the tempest, was there also halberd in hand.

Think of the prisoners driven along at the point of the halberd to slow death in the dungeons!

The Last ShotFrederick Palmer

You have a halberd and I a sword, let us start our wanderings over the world.

The Napoleon of Notting HillGilbert K. Chesterton

WORDS RELATED TO HALBERD

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