The muses, like vines, may be pruned, but not with a hatchet.
Oh, how I understood now the rascally-looking fellow, with his hatchet and tomahawk!
The next moment he threw the hatchet at me, and began to run toward me.
The hatchet struck my foot, and the blow roused me, and I sprang into the boat.
One of them was as tall as De Launay, gaunt and hatchet faced.
You are right; come, my friends; bring your hatchet, Johnson.
It was clear that the boys had buried the hatchet, so he saw no reason for being grumpy.
Isn't it about time we buried the hatchet and forgot all about that joke of mine up at Yimville?
Their families ate the birds, and the hencoop was split into firewood with a hatchet.
Once his father set him to work with a hatchet to remove some plaster.