- n. Plural form of mallet.
“A couple times he was playing it with four mallets, which is ridiculously hard.”
“Here the pianist and his cohorts create an array of atmospheric sounds as Zeitlin reaches into the cavity of the piano using mallets to play the strings.”
“Alice and Theo were already choosing their mallets and pulling the wickets out of the canvas bag.”
“More blows were struck, curses rose from the panting chests of those who still had wind to spare, and Smoke, curiously visioning the face of Joy Gastell, hoped that the mallets would not be brought into play.”
“Also, forty-five stakes were thrust into the snow, and the same number of mallets lifted in the air.”
“Polo conjures up images of wealthy and handsome Argentine men astride galloping horses, while gracefully swinging wooden mallets.”
“The vampires in particular seemed to take great delight in strutting about with rubber stakes and mallets, pretending to be slayers.”
“Eir ordered as her mallets bashed a pair of destroyers away.”
“With wrenches and screwdrivers, mallets and awls, they struggled to resurrect the wreckage.”
“Her carving belt jangled, her axes and mallets hung in hand, and her dire wolf jogged beside her.”
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