I guess the men were part of slue Foot's crew, and he went over to the camp with 'em.
In which towne he slue the bishop, bicause he was a Burgognian.
Which disaduantage notwithstanding, they slue a great number of the Danes, Hubba slaine.
"You don't need to say anything about this to slue Foot," cautioned the boy.
Cast off the heel-lashing and rig your boom out to the mark, slue the boom with the block up and make fast round the yard.
Matthew Westmonasteriensis writeth, that Porrex deuising waies to kill Ferrex, atchiued his purpose and slue him.
Don't say nawthin' whoilst ye an' slue Fut an' the Syndicate steals th' whole outfit.
Arthur informed heereof, with all sped hasted thither, and giuing the enimies battell, slue the most part of Cheldrikes men.
slue Foot glared: "Thought Hurley's outfits never gouged the men on the wanagan?"
The theefe was hewen in peces by the kings seruants, but yet he slue and hurt diuers before they could dispatch him.
"swampy place," 1708, North American variant of slough.
"large number," 1839, from Irish sluagh "a host, crowd, multitude," from Celtic and Balto-Slavic *sloug- "help, service" (see slogan).
"to turn, swing, twist," 1834, earlier slue (1769), a nautical word, of unknown origin. Slewed (1801) is old nautical slang for "drunk." Slew-foot "clumsy person who walks with feet turned out" is from 1896.
Intoxication from cocaine
To use cocaine
[1915+ Narcotics; fr the association of sleigh-rides with snow, ''cocaine'']