flint (n.)
type of hard stone, flintstone
AC IV.ix.16[Enobarbus to himself, as if to the moon] Throw my heart / Against the flint and hardness of my fault
Cym III.vii.7[Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] weariness / Can snore upon the flint [i.e. the flinty floor]
E3 III.iii.182[King Edward to Prince Edward] be thy noble unrelenting heart / Walled in with flint [i.e. be unyielding]
E3 IV.vi.14[Prince Edward to Artois] The ground itself is armed / With fire-containing flint
E3 IV.vi.37[Philip to King John, of Prince Edward and his men] Some twenty naked starvelings with small flints / Hath driven back a puissant host of men
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