It sounds like a triphammer against a steel plate, and closer and closer come the metallic crashes.
But I could have as soon succeeded in pulling it from beneath a triphammer.
She had lifted her gaze to meet his, quite sure that her answer was not in doubt, but now her heart was beating like a triphammer.
Its underside buckled from triphammer contact with rock slides and a few larger logs.
Her heart was beating like a triphammer,—she felt strangely weak in the knees.
The last crack of a triphammer, peckering at a giant pile of iron down the112 block, dies out on the dead air.
Then he stood upon it, his heart pounding like a triphammer.
The last crack of a triphammer, peckering at a giant pile of iron down the block, dies out on the dead air.
The fiddler twisted and turned, but his head went like a triphammer on the seat.
Frank's heart was beating like a triphammer and his nerves were at a fearful tension.