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- n. Obsolete form of falchion.
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- n. See falchion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of falchion.
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Coeur de Lion, famous for cracking many crowns with his "fauchion," and the founder also of Combwell Abbey at Goudhurst, not far distant.
Holofernes's head, took down his fauchion, seized hold of the hair of his head, and said: Strengthen me, O Lord God of Israel, this day.
"Her sandals ravished his eyes, her beauty took his mind prisoner, and the fauchion passed through his neck."
And feiz'd the fauchion, refolute to guard His fovereign's right, impalfy'd at the news.
But good JErteas order* d on the more A ftatclv tomb \ whole top a trumpet bore j A foldier's fauchion r and a ieaman'si oar*
Vhcn to his head his glittering helm he ty'd j Andjgirt his faithful fauchion by his fide.
And, fearkfi, at the glitterkg fauchion fail'* 1 -,