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He went to sea in a privateer under captain ironside, his uncle, and changed his name to Lewson.
"I have just been hearing about your marriage, ironside," he said.
The torch passed down to him from his old ironside ancestors, it still glowed.
A distinct chuckle came from Canute, and some murmur about the ironside's chin.
A few steps more, and the bushes had blotted out the ironside and his thanes.
My father had this stubborn virtue to the full; and so had that old ironside Ireton from whom we are descended.
Then, for the first time in six weeks, I see that the ironside is cunning in thought.
But the ironside caught it on his shield and delivered a sword-thrust in return that dropped the Dane's arm by his side.
Mr. ironside, tell me honestly, wouldn't you despise me if I married you in that way—taking all and giving nothing?
name given to a man of great hardihood or bravery, c.1300, first applied to Edmund II, king of England (d.1016), later also to Oliver Cromwell and his troops. Old Ironsides as a nickname of U.S.S. "Constitution" dates from that ship's defeat of H.M.S. "Guerriere" on Aug. 19, 1812, in the War of 1812.