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smite someone with something

to strike someone with something. (Literary or biblical.) The silver knight approached the black knight and smote him with his sword. Please go and smite the dragon with your sword.
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Show Thy mercy upon us this day, O Lord, and grant us Thy salvation; make the hearts of Thy servants to rejoice in Thy mercy; smite down our enemies and destroy them swiftly beneath the feet of Thy faithful servants
Break their teeth, O God, in their mouths; smite the jaw-bones of the lions, O Lord: let them fall away like water that runneth apace; and when they shoot their arrows let them be rooted out.
She saw clearly enough the whole situation, yet she was fettered: she could not smite the stricken soul that entreated hers.
It was a horrible, monstrous thing, a screaming fury, a wall that smote and passed on but that continued to smite and pass on--a wall without end.
 In Morgan's praise you smite the sounding wire,
Still, there was no knowing when the dormant faculty might wake and smite the lyre.
He continued The integration with SMITE made perfect sense because of the competitive nature of the game and the need for players to use a voice communication platform to perform at their best.
The pool is fed by Smite Brook and is a haven for many birds, including tufted ducks, great crested grebes, shoveler and pochard.