You're an iligant lawyer, Mrs. Rooney; but have you the sinews of war?
Hermes picked it up and touched the sinews with his fingers.
Let us make every spare copper into bullets to strengthen the sinews of war!'
With what torpedo chill have you touched the sinews of that manly arm?
None could find fault with their thews and sinews, and as for their spirit, it is for us to see it does not fail.
This he strung on elk's sinews—enough of it to make him the richest of men.
He pulled the sinews from the bones of the rabbit and found them hard.
Looked at, apart from the bones and sinews and body, it is a thing immortal.
Neither bones nor sinews remain: so fond is he of the brown bird.
We next laid a bait with snares around it, made out of the sinews of the deer.