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For "smite in sunder, or wound the heads;" some word answering to the Latin conquassare.
AIDS TO REFLECTIONSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
With the passing of the years, many changes have occurred to sunder the friendships formed during those boylike expeditions.
The mountains will sunder me from my dead—my buried wife—my three brave sons, all lying in one grave, killed within a month.
JASPER LYLEHARRIET WARD
But thou mayst heal it if thou wilt take thy words back, and tell me that thou wilt not sunder thee from us.
But thou wottest, dear lad, that whiles and again must sister sunder from brother, and even so it has to be now.
So when the appointment was made, they departed in-sunder, and they came together with all the might that their horses might run.
A German painter and engraver, born at Cranach, whose family name it is believed was Sunder.
They say, Let us break their bands in sunder and cast away their cords.
He is my husband—I am his wife—whom God hath joined, man cannot sunder.
KENILWORTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
It is better to make a happy home here than to sunder hearts with creeds.

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