1 In the centre were visible the brazen war-fleets of Actium; thou mightest see all Leucate swarm in embattled array, and the waves gleam with gold.
2 They spread themselves about and keep alternate watch, and, lying along the grass, drink deep and set brazen bowls atilt.
3 Turnus, himself fully armed, awakes his men to arms, and each leader marshals to battle his brazen lines and whets their ardour with varying rumours.
4 So many were the chosen princes who went in thirty ships to aid Troy, and cut the salt plains with brazen prow.
5 Hard by his brazen helmet hangs from the boughs, and the heavy armour lies quietly on the meadow.
6 Thrice he rode wheeling close round him by the left, and sent his weapons strongly in; thrice the Trojan hero turns round, taking the grim forest on his brazen guard.
7 And they, in the empty level field that cleared for them, darted swiftly forward, and hurling their spears from far, close in battle shock with clangour of brazen shields.
8 Bogart, a boy of fourteen who was still at home, the most brazen member of the toughest gang in Boytown.
9 The spring of the plains is not a reluctant virgin but brazen and soon away.
10 The bugles called to each other like brazen gamecocks.
11 It was another red brick house, with black outside shutters, green inside blinds, a black street-door up two white steps, a brazen door-plate, and a brazen door-handle full stop.
12 Holmes rushed to the top of the stairs to draw in the fresh air, and then, dashing into the room, he threw up the window and hurled the brazen tripod out into the garden.
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13 Then, with a cry of satisfaction, he bent forward and picked up a little brazen cylinder.
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14 I had never been struck at so keenly, for my thanklessness to Joe, as through the brazen impostor Pumblechook.
15 But, it was only the pleasanter to turn to Biddy and to Joe, whose great forbearance shone more brightly than before, if that could be, contrasted with this brazen pretender.