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Frasi con bludgeon (in inglese)

1. Malengin lifted up his bludgeon to.
2. That iron scepter is not used to bludgeon.
3. One hand still grasped a knotty-headed bludgeon.
4. A life preserver and a nailstudded bludgeon are stuck in his belt.
5. His face was skinned and bruised as if he had been beaten with a bludgeon.
6. In an instant a shrieking slave was free, splintering his oar for a bludgeon.
7. Now I have come round to you, and on my way I was attacked by a rough with a bludgeon.

8. The cunning ghoul-troll used both ends of his mace to jab and bludgeon the taller invaders.
9. Leblanc's head a sort of bludgeon made of two balls of lead, at the two ends of a bar of iron.
10. In spite of my hatred of violence, I more often than not had to bludgeon and shoot my way to a resolution.
11. An ordinary man would have been alarmed because of the twilight, a thoughtful man on account of the bludgeon.
12. It seemed to him as though one of the soldiers near him hit him on the head with the full swing of a bludgeon.
13. He didn't quite understand either why he should bludgeon her face to a bloody pulp, yet leave her body untouched.
14. Backing warily away until he was out of reach of a sudden bludgeon blow, he turned and melted around the northwest angle of the wall.
15. But, all Harris wanted was to bludgeon and pulverise every building in Germany and either kill or leave millions of civilians crippled and homeless.
16. Those lads are stingier with praise for any but their own than any creature on God's green earth, he explained, to bludgeon them into a compliment is Herculean at best.
17. He began by drawing a most formidable-looking bludgeon loaded with lead from his pocket, and switching it backward and forward several times, as if to test its weight and strength.
18. Nonetheless, I have been able to bludgeon the technology by taking liberal license with the mathematics to compute a Fourier transform that produces a spectral estimate that is useful for traders.
19. Bill: I suppose the Tarrant County Jail Gestapo were afraid that Michael might bludgeon himself to death or attack his fellow inmates with hardback books--the man and his screws are so afraid of literate people.
20. In less than a second, these seven men, horrible to behold, had grouped themselves in an attitude of defence, one with his meat-axe, another with his key, another with his bludgeon, the rest with shears, pincers, and hammers.
21. Jean Valjean stepped up to this bed, in a twinkling wrenched off the head-piece, which was already in a dilapidated condition, an easy matter to muscles like his, grasped the principal rod like a bludgeon, and glanced at Javert.
22. A man of lofty stature, enveloped in a long coat, with folded arms, and bearing in his right fist a bludgeon of which the leaden head was visible, stood a few paces in the rear of the spot where Jean Valjean was crouching over Marius.
23. Javert thrust his bludgeon between his teeth, bent his knees, inclined his body, laid his two powerful hands on the shoulders of Jean Valjean, which were clamped within them as in a couple of vices, scrutinized him, and recognized him.
24. Curled, pomaded, with laced waist, the hips of a woman, the bust of a Prussian officer, the murmur of admiration from the boulevard wenches surrounding him, his cravat knowingly tied, a bludgeon in his pocket, a flower in his buttonhole; such was this dandy of the sepulchre.
25. Their keeper had a brace of pistols, and carried a thick-knobbed bludgeon under his arm; but he was on terms of good understanding with them, and stood with them beside him, looking on at the putting-to of the horses, rather with an air as if the convicts were an interesting Exhibition not formally open at the moment, and he the Curator.
26. And from the rockets ran men with hammers in their hands to beat the strange world into a shape that was familiar to the eye, to bludgeon away all the strangeness, their mouths fringed with nails so they resembled steel-toothed carnivores, spitting them into their swift hands as they hammered up frame cottages and scuttled over roofs with shingles to blot out the eerie stars, and fit green shades to pull against the night.
27. By scavenging the leftovers of carcasses that were mostly bones, to using the only edible thing left…the marrow inside the bones as a source of food, and using the bone itself as a bludgeon, as a defensive or offensive weapon… to splitting the bone for its marrow, and thus creating a sharper weapon that is even more deadly: a sharp deadly pointed bone dagger… was a natural process of innovation born out of both necessity and desperation.
28. When these bristling men, who in the early days of the revolutionary chaos, tattered, howling, wild, with uplifted bludgeon, pike on high, hurled themselves upon ancient Paris in an uproar, what did they want? They wanted an end to oppression, an end to tyranny, an end to the sword, work for men, instruction for the child, social sweetness for the woman, liberty, equality, fraternity, bread for all, the idea for all, the Edenizing of the world.
1. Clos du Mesnil, he pronounced, bludgeoning the French.
2. Who is it? he bellowed, bludgeoning the door with his words.
3. I briefly considered bludgeoning him and leaving his body here to feed the mutant goldfish.
4. As he continued to assail the bludgeoning goblins he lashed at them with the chains of gorgons.
5. In extremis I was bludgeoning my way with the utmost prejudice through the natural states of grieving.
6. Bors and Rodnik did not hesitate and swung their weapons through the energy field, bludgeoning a pair of the attackers.
7. Katie regained her concentration and swung her bat all the way around in a full rotation, bludgeoning them to the floor.
8. As a panther strikes down a bull moose at bay, so he plunged under the bludgeoning arms and drove the crescent blade to the hilt under the spot where a human's heart would be.
1. Death by hanging, bludgeoned to death, or.
2. Too many Americans have been bludgeoned into being non-judgmental.
3. Our friend bludgeoned him with a candelabrum in the nick of time and saved our lives.
4. He could certainly be killed—stabbed without notice or suddenly bludgeoned over the head.
5. The large stone troll bludgeoned two of the goblins into pulp, while Torvald ran another through and Bors flattened a fourth.
6. New Jersey police, trying to solve the murder of a woman bludgeoned to death in her own bed, first think her boyfriend did it.
7. He went through the other files, as I had done, to see the torn cards, the hammered and bludgeoned photos, stashed out of sight.
8. I chased her outside on clumsy legs, bludgeoned her to the ground with my saddlebag, and ground her pretty face into a heap of horse-apples.
9. I suspect that one was in readiness at the time Cain bludgeoned his brother (Abel) to death preparing an opening defense argument for temporary insanity.
10. Still, there was also a shortage of arms and many of the victims of the killing fields were hacked, and bludgeoned with clubs, picks and other hand tools to save bullets.
11. She could hardly ask Galeron to open it for her, to wait patiently while Reese and the others bludgeoned their way through the wall to free the keep from the hostile invaders.
12. They have two murders they are investigating there, one in which an individual was thrown off the top of the castle walls and killed, and a second in which someone was bludgeoned to death in the church there.
13. Also convicted was Sueharu Kitamura—“the Quack”—who had mutilated his patients, bludgeoned Harris, and contributed to the deaths of four captives, including one who was carried from Ofuna at the war’s end, hours from death, crying out “Quack” over and over again.
14. One night, on an unknown station that suddenly came in as strong and clear as if it were next door, she heard heartbreaking news: an elderly couple, who for forty years had been repeating their honeymoon every year in the same spot, had been murdered, bludgeoned to death with oars by the skipper of the boat they were riding in, who then robbed them of all the money they were carrying: fourteen dollars.
15. Specifically, the webnetted computerized world has so democratized and monetized imagination that the global digital village has entered helter skelterly into the epochal Age of Imagination, where the collective consciousness is beginning both to blossom and be bludgeoned under the onerous expectation of glorious self-creation – which is the liberation of technology, the culmination of culture, and, supposedly, the collective dream of its denizens.
1. He bludgeons a man at dinner for his mother.
2. Two of the blacks turned to meet him, lifting their bludgeons.
3. The agents of police were armed with carabines, with bludgeons, swords and poignards.
4. A squad of policemen, sword in hand, and agents armed with bludgeons and cudgels, rushed in at Javert's summons.
5. In the midst of the mêlée the slaves in the pen broke down the walls and came surging up on the decks, and with fifty blacks freed of their benches Conan abandoned his iron-hewing and bounded up on the bridge to add his notched ax to the bludgeons of his partisans.
6. I have said that he is the worst man in London, and I would ask you how could one compare the ruffian who in hot blood bludgeons his mate with this man, who methodically and at his leisure tortures the soul and wrings the nerves in order to add to his already swollen money-bags?
7. I have said that he is the worst man in London, and I would ask you how could one compare the ruffian, who in hot blood bludgeons his mate, with this man, who methodically and at his leisure tortures the soul and wrings the nerves in order to add to his already swollen money-bags?
8. BY NIGHTFALL ON THAT first Day, we had robb’d no less than three Coaches (not counting the one from which Paul and I were abducted), and in each Instance, Lancelot’s Method was the same: to wit, I was the Decoy, shiv’ring in my Skin to kindle the Pity (or the Lust) of the Coachman and Postilion; but no sooner had that Pity or Lust been kindl’d than Lancelot, Horatio, and the Merry Band of Twelve fell upon the Coach with Pistols and Bludgeons, stripping the Travellers stark naked, stealing their Horses, and e’en smashing a Skull now and again, tho’ taking care to murder no one.

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