|vasama englanniksi||bolt, quarrel|
*: There was the noise of a bolt shot back, and the door opened a few inches, enough to show a long [[snout]] and a pair of sleepy blinking eyes.
: The problems solution struck him like a bolt from the blue.
*: With a bolt of fright he remembered that there was no bathroom in the Hobhouse Room. He leapt along the corridor in a panic, stopping by the long-case clock at the end where he flattened himself against the wall.
*: Not only were the old sails being mended, but new sails were coming on board, and bolts of canvas, and coils of rigging; in short, everything betokened that the ship’s preparations were hurrying to a close.
: The horse made a bolt.
*: This gentleman was so hopelessly involved that he contemplated a bolt to America — or anywhere.
*: Away with him to prison! Lay bolts enough upon him.
: Bolt the vice to the bench.
: Bolt the door.
*: If that double-bolted land, Japan, is ever to become hospitable, it is the whale-ship alone to whom the credit will be due; for already she is on the threshold.
: Seeing the snake, the horse bolted.
: The actor forgot his line and bolted from the stage.
*: This Puck seems but a dreaming dolt, ... / And oft out of a bush doth bolt.
: to bolt a rabbit
*: His cloudless thunder bolted on their heads.
: Lettuce and spinach will bolt as the weather warms up.
*: Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours disgorge pellets.
: Come on, everyone, bolt your drinks; I want to go to the next pub!
*: I hate when Vice can bolt her arguments.
: The soldiers stood bolt upright for inspection.
*: [He] came bolt up against the heavy dragoon.
: Graham flour is unbolted flour.
*: ill schooled in bolted language
*: Time and nature will bolt out the truth of things.
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson
: We got into a silly quarrel about what food to order.
: A few customers in the shop had some quarrels with us, so we called for the manager.
*: Beasts called sociable quarrel in hunger and lust.
: to quarrel with ones lot
*: I will not quarrel with a slight mistake.
*: I had quarrelled my brother purposely.
*: Twanged the string, out flew the quarrel long, / And through the subtle air did singing pass.
*: to shoot with arrows and quarrel
*: two arblasts,...with windlaces and quarrels
*: The small cross-bow, called the arbalet or arbalest, is said to have been invented by the Sicilians. It was carried by the foot-soldiers, and when used was charged with a quarrel or bar-bolt, that is, a small arrow with a flat head, one of which occasioned the death of Harold at the battle of Hastings,nb....
*: Satin scooped up his crossbow and sent a few quarrels after them as they ran, to see them off the faster.