"Let me look at the poniard," she said, with unnatural gentleness.
He remembered giving her this poniard on the very day of her crime.
Ask him if he did not see this poniard in her room while she lay unburied in the house.
His instruments were a silver cup, a poniard, and a handjar.
It cut to the heart's palpitating centre like a poniard thrust.
He did not want to use the poniard yet, but he longed to possess it.
This intelligence was like the stroke of a poniard to the feeling heart of Rosabella.
He was not sure but a poniard glittered in the clenched hand of Anglique.
The mother pressed the poniard upon her daughter, saying, "Now is the time."
She accordingly offered a poniard to Messalina in the gardens, and urged her to take it.