The point of starting this serving is two and one-half inches above the center of the bowstring.
Get ye gone, or the bastinado and the bowstring shall be your portion.
He has a French cook, but he retains the kurbash; he puts up telephones, but he does not give up the bowstring.
He broke his bowstring, and his hand was numbed at the wrist-joint.
He was at tension, like a bowstring that is stretched continually.
As the sound was not repeated, he strode in among the trees, setting an arrow against the bowstring.
He had squatted there and waited, taut as a bowstring, to find out whether the Filippeschi would attack.
There was no other gate, and the highway soon became as straight as a bowstring.
Yet with that low voice for their bowstring they gave him comfort.
The King lost his temper and threatened Ulf with an arrow on his bowstring.