We have no meanings for "ward the blow" in our records yet.
For man to ward the blow that falls from heaven.
Presently Faku smote at the head of Umslopogaas, but the Slaughterer lifted Groan-Maker to ward the blow.
If ever calumny aim the poisoned shaft at them, may friendship be by to ward the blow!
Tristan strained to ward the blow, but he was too weak; his wit, however, stood firm in spite of evil and he said:
Richmond instinctively put up an arm to ward the blow, and as it descended he caught the end of the club in his hand.
Myles whirled his horse backward, warding the blow with his shield as he did so.
Horner half warded the blow, which came whistling down his own stick and paralysed his thumb.
I struck at his nose with an iron tiller fifty times, but he warded the blow like a boxer.
Her friend struck out again -thistime Lysandra stepped forward as she warded the blow away, moving to inside Deianara's guard.
The Count, pushing through the intervening throng, boldly presented himself to the Janissaries, shouting while warding the blows they aimed at him:
" Ward the blows from him, Cassandra."
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