Slew [noun]

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I strained a sinew on the day that I slew the three men at Castelnau.

Therefore your lives are justly forfeit, and none would blame us if we slew you.

He was my father, Sire, and I saw him slain—aye, and slew the slayer.

The hound fell without a sound, and with equal ease he slew the second.

So they drove off the best of the cattle of the Sun and slew them.

It is meet that the same hand that slew my dear master should butcher me also!

He slew all the males, and carried away all the women and children.

Even thus did Cain cease to be his brother's keeper, and so slew him.

I curse the hour that I was born, the man I slew, and all the living world!'

He slew, wrath-swollen, his shoulder-comrades, companions at board!