strike against

See: collide, jostle
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Had not the rifle of the leader of the party swung from its fastenings beside his saddle in such a way as to strike against the butt of his great metal shod spear I should have snuffed out without ever knowing that death was near me.
Even were there no other lurking danger--a danger I did not care to let my imagination loose upon--there would still be all the roots to stumble over and the tree-boles to strike against.
The prisoner broke the chair, which was too heavy for him to lift, and made use of it as a battering ram to strike against the door.
I had turned out of Pall Mall into a side street, when whom should I strike against but her false swain
As Mary had skipped toward him she felt something heavy in her pocket strike against her at each jump, and when she saw the robin she laughed again.
I feel his sacred tears upon my face, and his sobs strike against my heart.
Here I must walk softly, lest the head of him I carried should strike against the boughs and be smitten from him.
He felt its feet and shins strike against his ribs, and he bounded up and away while the thing itself hurled onward in a heavy crashing fall into the underbrush.
Besides, they had been the movers of the strike against unlawful fagging.
We had the comfort of knowing, at least, that there was no danger of his falling asleep, for every now and then a wheel would strike against an unseen stump with such a jerk, that he was fain to hold on pretty tight and pretty quick, to keep himself upon the box.
Srinagar -- In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Mohammad Yasin Malik, started a 30-hour long token hunger strike against human rights abuses in Srinagar.
While not the first US strike against terrorists in Libya, this is the first US strike against an Isil leader in Libya and it demonstrates we will go after Isil leaders wherever they operate.