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He was a mighty woodsman now, and could make a spray of chips fly around him as he hewed his way through the trunk of spruce-tree.
I sat on a rude wooden bench of newly-hewed wood, lit my pipe again without interference.
The long Frankish swords hewed down the Ismaelians before their short cimeters could strike.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Once at least he was compelled to hang downwards by his toes while he hewed steps beneath him in a perpendicular wall of ice.
Later on, a sheep's carcass (very thin) is thrown down and hewed up with a bill-hook.
Ninus laughed, and swore I hewed at him like a wood-cutter at a broad-leafed oak in the northern hills.
SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
The Spanish horse sallied forth and hacked and hewed broad pathways up the different avenues.
The Spaniards literally cut their way, hewed, hacked, thrust their way into the city.
She had built a new house of hewed logs, with a window in it, and we were allowed to stay in the old cabin.
So, with their hatchets they hewed it down and brought it safely home the next night when all was dark.

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