Words nearby thunderstone
Examples from the Web for thunderstone
He describes the "thunderstone" as an "agglomeration of brick, soot, unburned coal, and cinder."
Meunier tells of another "thunderstone" said to have fallen in North Africa.
He searched among the roots of this tree and found a "thunderstone."
In Notes and Queries, 2-8-92, a writer says that he had a "thunderstone," which he had brought from Jamaica.
The thunderstone, or thunderbolt, was supposed to have no power of harming any one who was asleep, or who wore laurel leaves.Bussy D'Ambois and The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois|George Chapman