knobkerrie

NOUN
  1. a short wooden club with a heavy knob on one end; used by aborigines in southern Africa
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How To Use knobkerrie In A Sentence

  • The physical abuse included severe beatings with knobkerries which resulted in bruises, broken limbs and widespread lacerations.
  • There're a lot of interesting things to buy: tyre sandals, walking sticks, assegais, knobkerries, bead necklaces, Zulu pots and drums.
  • It was a cold morning on Ray Street on 9 February 1955 when 2000 policemen, armed with guns, knobkerries and rifles, forcefully moved the families to Meadowlands, Soweto.
  • He then jumped into the crater with a knobkerrie and had brained another of the enemy when he was himself struck through the shoulder by a bayonet.
  • A boy was expected to grow up tough, and hard working and skilled in handling a spear, axe and knobkerrie.
  • Was in Port Sudan lately and bought a nice old Beja throwing stick, some kaskara, a shield, jambiya and a staff or knobkerrie. Sudanese Throwing Sticks
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