All Mrs. falchion's old self was battling with her new self.
This book, like Mrs. falchion, was published in two volumes in January.
Attorney General Sewell trembled us he received the deep cuts from the falchion quill of this devoted patriot.
I went to Mrs. falchion's cabin, and met her outside the door.
Mrs. falchion faced round swiftly, and then came this tragic situation.
The concert was still on when I sat down beside Mrs. falchion.
I asked Mrs. falchion, as, with her chin on her hand, she watched the scene.
It was an official matter, to which Mrs. falchion apparently did not listen.
He seized a falchion hanging apart, but the lady stayed his arm, and led to another flight of stone ending in a kind of corridor.
He said it so distinctly that Mrs. falchion heard it, and she gave him a searching look.
"broad sword, somewhat curved," c.1300, fauchoun, from Old French fauchon, from Vulgar Latin *falcionem, from diminutive of Latin falx "sickle."