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  • The consternation with which the Indians were filled by the noise and havoc made by the fire-arms, by the im* petuous force of the cavalry, and the fierce onset of the dogs, was so great that they threw down their weapons and fled without attempting resistance.

    The History of America

  • The rranfitions are fudden and im - petuous; the language full of fire and force; and the imagery carried, without impropriety, to the moft daring height.

    The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

  • I) 22.4 (m) -2.6 (petuous and uncontroullable by) 29.4 (nature, I)] TJ

    The Wife; or, Caroline Herbert

  • •ut jtedks; * the crews of wbich ruahed forward with im* petuous vaIor but Utile art, to board those of the enemy*

    The history of America

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