Word usage examples
Capustan shall be cleansed, Shield Anvil, though, alas, you will not live to see that glorious day.
Instead of walking to the back of the formation, Rutherford stepped to the side as an armorer brought up a portable forge and anvil.
The man was seated upon the ground holding a stone anvil between his feet, while with his hands he turned and chipped with great skill a spear-head he was making out of flint.
The Old Man began hammering a piece of hot metal on a great anvil, sparks fountaining from beneath his hammer as a waterfall of light.
If she was going to do some serious flint knapping, she needed an anvil, something to support the stone while she worked it.
Nubian -the eponymous smith - who, swinging high his hammer, was about to crush the noddle of a fallen enemy sprawled across the anvil.
Cruz groaned in agonizing pain as his eardrums exploded, the blow having separated the anvil where it joins the stirrup, disrupting the ossicular chain, and resulting in his sudden deafness.
Anvil peed copiously in the dust before he loped off in the same general direction.
English of old vaguely known as the Trumpa whale and the Physeter whale, and the Anvil Headed whale, is the present Cachalot of the French, and the Pottsfich of the Germans, and the Macrocephalus of the Long Words.
Shield Anvil round, in time to see Korbal Broach flying backwards from a backhanded blowdelivered by the Bonecaster Pran Chole.