They found that the dagger
was gone, and they notified the police and pawnbrokers everywhere.
They were armed with crooked sabres, having the hilt and baldric inlaid with gold, and matched with Turkish daggers
of yet more costly workmanship.
Breathless with rage and passion, she tried to plunge her dagger
into the monk's heart, but it fell shattered in pieces at her feet.
Our retreat inspired them with courage; they redoubled their cries, and posted themselves on an eminence near at hand that overlooked us; there they insulted us by brandishing their lances and daggers
dear Leonela, would it not be better, before I do what I am unwilling you should know lest you should seek to prevent it, that you should take Anselmo's dagger
that I have asked of you and with it pierce this vile heart of mine?
And though he smiled pleasantly I saw in his thoughts the wish that he had never admitted me, and then a picture of him standing over me in the night, and the swift thrust of a long dagger
and the half formed words, "I am sorry, but it is for the best good of Barsoom.
Do not mountaineers attack the bear with a dagger
in their hand, and is not steel surer than lead?
Grimaud, wishing to relieve him, advanced his hand toward the hilt of the dagger
They approached the unconscious David, and, while one pointed the dagger
towards his heart, the other began to search the bundle beneath his head.
her husband savagely interrupted, as he tossed the dagger
into the cupboard.
Casting a glance upon his wife and daughter, he drew a dagger
from his breast and gave it to his companion, saying in Italian:--
There was a sharp cry--and the dagger
dropped gleaming upon the sable carpet, upon which, instantly afterwards, fell prostrate in death the Prince Prospero.