Should they break through our barricades, slash at the horses with your scythes.
With them it was snap and slash and get away, snap and slash and get away.
Weedon Scott had believed that he was quick enough to avoid any snap or slash.
His sword was broken by a slash from a brown bill, and he was borne to the ground.
All one has to do is to stop thinking and sag, or stop thinking and slash.
Every instant I expected to feel the slash of his blade between my shoulders.
He agonized no more about the fall of frost, the slash of hail, the threat of tempest.
"I didn't know you had to slash into the house like that," she said.
But we depended more on the prick of pike and the slash of sword than on our culverins.
The knife was moving to slash a hide lashing, directed by his hand, but not his will.