What a neat hand he was, too, with that spiral-bladed Malay creese of his!
There were pictures on the walls, pieces of faence, some arms of rare kinds, Japanese swords and a Malay creese.
If the creese falls without sticking into the ground, I shall choose my route first.
Dom Maxara was forward, staunching a severe wound from a Malay creese in the shoulder.
His great difficulty was to prevent the pirate from changing the creese from his right-hand to his left.
His shirt was open, showing the jagged, ragged hole made by the Malay creese in the broad, hairy breast.
Then was the time to see how the Malay man could fight; the creese was worth twenty swords, and the Dutchmen went down like sheep.
Then he yawned—next placed the creese on the ground beside him, while his right hand explored his pockets.
If you make a move to spring away from me, I shall show you how good a jumper I am—and then the creese!
"It looks some grim," Sergeant Terry admitted, wrapping his left hand where a creese had made a gash.