shaft

[ shaft, shahft ]SEE DEFINITION OF shaft

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHAFT

Presently Percival found himself again at the bottom of the shaft.

Now they neared the foot of the shaft where the rest of the party seemed to await them.

No shaft that Percival was able to fashion had point enough to pierce it.

It is but the eye to the cord, the cord to the shaft, and the shaft to the mark.

"You are the surer, Watkin," said Aylward, standing by them with shaft upon string.

Better to strike the rear guard than to feather a shaft in the earth.

They fit into one another like the arrow point to the shaft.

He it was who forged the shaft of the Savannah, the first steamship which crossed the Atlantic.

(feather-equipment), the feathers of the shaft of the arrow: dat.

Then he reached out both hands vaguely and touched the shaft of the plough.

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