The men raised their krises and spears, and shouted with joy.
You see, they began using their krises, sir, that night of the mess dinner.
Yes,” said Tom Long, “and the krises are just the same as dirks.
The occupants were armed with spears, krises, kampilans and barongs.
Even the rails of the road have been carried away by the Moros to be made into bolos and krises.
His eyes sought along the wall, where a rack of swords and Malay krises hung between prints of race-horses and pretty women.
The boys noted that many Moros were armed, with krises or barongs in fancy sheaths.
The pirate yells were louder now, and some Moros brandished barongs or krises while others waved rifles.
Rick knew that his small group wouldn't last long, not against barongs and krises.
I was thinking how horrid it would be if those people came stealing on board with their krises, and killed us all.