The battle was disastrous for the Egyptians and the valley of the Nile was open to the invaders.
They were good fighters and for a long time they were able to hold their own against all invaders.
He is a New York journalist, and has nothing in common with the invaders.
The invaders fired blindly into the darkness that rimmed the deck.
He and another man were carried high on the shoulders of some of the invaders.
The invaders were completely annihilated—and the city of Zyobor was saved!
The invaders had evidently not counted on the disaster that was so soon to come to them.
Some time was spent by the invaders at Basra in preparing a base.
And, naturally, the invaders are necessarily always the guilty ones.
Next instant they went down under the charge of the invaders.