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"Because I have drawn an oath from all dangerous and threatening things to leave Baldur hurtless," said Frigga.
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They had him stand in the Peace Stead and they brought against him all the things that had sworn to leave him hurtless.
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Military exercises, when performed by two parties of cavaliers with hurtless weapons, were called tournaments.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRY, VOLUME I (OF 2)CHARLES MILLS
The lances were hurtless, the points being either removed altogether, or covered with broad pieces of wood, called rockets.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRY, VOLUME I (OF 2)CHARLES MILLS
When one is dead, stones strike the soft of one's throat and fall soft away, one is hurtless.
THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF 1921 AND THE YEARBOOK OF THE AMERICAN SHORT STORYVARIOUS
Plate sin with gold, / And the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks; / Arm it in rags, a pigmy's straw does pierce it.
DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
Come, as you have played Despair with me I will play the part of Una with you and bring you hurtless from his dark cavern.
MATHILDAMARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY
I have committed many foolish acts, but innocent and hurtless.
THE LURE OF THE MASKHAROLD MACGRATH
These things (I hope) will not be so necessary for your use, as they are hurtless to know, and effectual where need requires.
THE LIFE OF A CONSPIRATORTHOMAS LONGUEVILLE

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