There on the wall were medieval weapons—battle-axes, swords and poniards.
Against pistols and poniards he would scarce count as a combatant.
The daggers and poniards only differ from the swords in the smallness of their dimensions.
Not all the poniards of the realm could have helped Doby to self-control.
It was an Oriental ballad all about poniards, flowers, and stars.
But that was different from the secret sharpening of poniards.
There are fates more terrible than death; weapons more keen than poniards, more noiseless than pistols.
They had pistols, and poniards, and long knives, with which they made threatening demonstrations.
He opened it; six masked men rushed in, and instantly buried their poniards in his body.
His time seems come, and he already fancies four pistols to his head, or the same number of poniards pointed at his ribs.