Now Chester found himself engaged with a foeman worthy of his steel.
Let his honour give us,' with a theatrical gesture, 'a foeman worthy of our steel.'
He found no vessel that he could make a prize of, nor any foeman worthy of his steel.
And then, quite suddenly, there seemed to be no foeman to swing at.
They were handcuffs, the fit appendage of a policeman, but not of a soldier who came to meet his foeman hilt to hilt.
And it were well if they might gather a little host ere their foeman might gather a mickle.
Tom tried to aim directly at the foeman as he rushed toward him.
It was evident that he recognised a foeman, worthy of his steel, approaching.
In Mr. Edkins he found a foeman in all respects worthy of his dialectic steel.
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