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  • Her cousin had spoken, but she was the one holding a deadly-looking crossbow.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

  • Bare-chested guards with too much eyeliner and deadly-looking spears appeared from nowhere, thrusting their spears in my face.


  • It was strange to see a display of expensive decorated chocolates in one window and in the next an equally lavish display of deadly-looking weapons—cutlasses, maces, nail-studded cudgels, and an array of seraph blades in different sizes.

    City of Glass

  • And there he is, Red Rider himself, in his hand was the gnarled stock of this coolly deadly-looking piece of weaponry as ever I had laid eyes on.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2008

  • A long space went by, and now each sway of the great belt lasted nigh a minute; so that, after a great while, I ceased to distinguish it as a visible movement; and the streaming fire ran in a steady river of dull flame, across the deadly-looking sky.

    The House on the Borderland

  • Chinese have a row of shops above the river bank, and even on this deadly-looking shore they display some purpose and energy.

    The Golden Chersonese and the way thither

  • He held my nostrils closed with one hand as he held the deadly-looking shears in the other.

    A Red Death

  • Slowly, automatically matching his pace to the beat of the extended trumpet flourish, he walked between the two lines of men, his eyes flicking from their black-and-red dress uniforms to their expressionless faces to the deadly-looking flash rifles held rigidly in front of them.


  • He'd transformed into a threat as deadly-looking as the weapon at his hip.

    Soul of the Fire

  • He gestured for her to sit on the couch; carefully, trying to avoid the deadly-looking metal springs, she sat down next to him.

    Bedlam Boyz


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