Dagger [noun]

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In the summer, Pounds Hollow is a popular swimming and fishing hole, but now, with daggers of ice still dripping from the cliffs above, the lake was deserted.

When asked what he thought about climate change, he sunk a dagger into his father’s heart like only a child can.

The Terps tried to hold on without letting Michigan soar ahead, but when halftime arrived, they trailed by 17, with a three-pointer from Franz Wagner serving as the dagger before the break.

Over half of Bogdanović’s shots last year were threes, but a good chunk of everything else were cunning floaters that accented a barrage of self-created midrange daggers.

The governor placed a dagger to his breast in order to get him to tell what he knew of his wife.

If the hunter venture to come close to such a monster, and his dagger fail to pierce the vital spot, there is no help for him.

On the word, he struck Comyn with his dagger, and some of his companions completed the crime with their swords before the altar.

But for the dagger on which he caught its edge, the blade had assuredly pierced the captain's heart.

He received the blow on his arm, grappled with the assassin, and throwing him on the ground despatched him with his own dagger.

The first duel in New England fought by two servants with sword and dagger, both of whom were wounded.