They thrust us asunder with halberds, and then say we have parted by consent!
They crossed their halberds to ward off the crowd, but the pressure was too violent.
His attendants are usually armed with halberds, and sometimes, at least, escorted by music.
To prevent this, two guardsmen with halberds were stationed at the door.
This view is supported by the form of the Irish halberds, which are more primitive in type than the German examples.
In a few cases there may possibly be a doubt as to whether they should be classified as halberds or primitive daggers.
They were clad in armour, and had heavy swords by their sides, and long spears like halberds in their hands.
At a signal from drums and trumpets the Spaniards fell upon them, striking them down with swords, pikes, and halberds.
We heard them challenging passers-by, with a rattle of their halberds on the stones, to make their answers prompt.
Two tall sentinels with halberds paced silently up and down in the shadow.