The others have their stilettos too—a weapon carried by most Spanish Californians.
Daggers and stilettos had been worked into a kind of rough pattern.
Chain armour and clank of armour, daggers for gentlemen, and stilettos for ladies.
We make a war of stilettos, we wish the destruction of all Germany.
The round eyes, eager gaze, the piping voice which enunciated the words, had operated like stilettos on his brain.
The rite concludes by the recipient spitting on a consecrated host and the whole assembly piercing it in turn with stilettos.
Naturally office-seekers dogged his footsteps, and numberless disappointed aspirants bore grudges deadlier than stilettos.
We soon perceived, by their manner of holding their cloaks, that they had their stilettos ready.
The judges of the Supreme Court fought but the other day with stilettos on the bench at Cincinnati.
His keen glances pricked La Cibot like stilettos; he chuckled inwardly, till his shrunken wig was shaking with laughter.