I had said to Compeyson that I'd smash
that face of his, and I swore Lord smash
They direct their attacks not against the bourgeois conditions of production, but against the instruments of production themselves; they destroy imported wares that compete with their labour, they smash
to pieces machinery, they set factories ablaze, they seek to restore by force the vanished status of the workman of the Middle Ages.
I felt the same horrible anticipation, too, of an imminent smash
Whether it's good or bad, it is sometimes very pleasant, too, to smash
When, in a dream, it occurred to the youth that his rifle was an impotent stick, he lost sense of everything but his hate, his desire to smash
into pulp the glittering smile of victory which he could feel upon the faces of his enemies.
There seemed nothing else to be expected but that, the next moment, he would fetch his great club down, slam bang, and smash
the vessel into a thousand pieces, without heeding how many innocent people he might destroy; for there is seldom any mercy in a giant, you know, and quite as little in a piece of brass clockwork.
Ships have no ears, I repeat, though, indeed, I think I have known ships who really seemed to have had eyes, or else I cannot understand on what ground a certain 1,000-ton barque of my acquaintance on one particular occasion refused to answer her helm, thereby saving a frightful smash
to two ships and to a very good man's reputation.
And for the same reason I wouldn't think of trying to smash
I was keeping down sudden impulses to smash
a glass, throw a plate on the floor, do something violent to relieve my feelings.
I had no keys, no tools, and no ambition to smash
I take off my hat to them because they are defying blackmail, and refusing to smash
their country to save themselves.
I had been with them five years, and old Coxon gave me a ripping good testimonial when the smash
came, but of course we clerks were all turned adrift, the twenty-seven of us.