So they ran for about a bowshot; then Diomede dropped his whip, and his horses, wanting the lash, began to fall back.
A great carack was within a bowshot of them and crossing their bows.
"The palefaces are two bowshot lengths from my father's camp," the Indian answered laconically.
What say you, Assarac—can we creep on a bowshot nearer to make sure?
The Kano men, as soon as they fired their pieces, ran out of bowshot to reload.
Lille's-hill, the Hill of Lilla, the Saxon, stands but a bowshot off from the church.
The Squire had spurred his horse down the hillside and never halted until he was within a bowshot of the gate.
They followed the trail a bowshot or more, and then they stopped.
Half a bowshot from the gate the cavalcade met Cæsar's suite.
They reached the timber more than a bowshot ahead of the nearest Pawnees.