Thesaurus / stabbed


He was stabbed by the cook, cudgelled by the crew, brained by the mate, and shot by the captain.

Jack in the ForecastleJohn Sherburne Sleeper

She stabbed him to the heart by what she said—by what she left unsaid.

It was a sharp, definite pain, similar to that of pleurisy, except that it stabbed hotly through the heart itself.

Jugaddeva on his way back recalling the words of his mother, stabbed himself.

Phallic MiscellaniesHargrave Jennings

Upon which he drew his dagger, ran to Cummin, and stabbed him to the heart.

As he was rising, and before he could recover his feet, another Indian stabbed him in the back of the neck with an iron dagger.

Miretta stood like a statue when he had left her; she was conscious of a sharp pain at her heart, as if she had been stabbed.

So saying, in spite of Bellissima's tears and cries, he stabbed the King to the heart with the diamond sword.

There had been a quarrel among some young men one night near an out-of-door camp meeting, and one had been stabbed to death.

Those few words about "various sets" and the "mixing of things" had stabbed her to the very heart,—as had been intended.

The Way We Live NowAnthony Trollope


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