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SB 3.19.21

bahubhir yakṣa-rakṣobhiḥ
 patty-aśva-ratha-kuñjaraiḥ
ātatāyibhir utsṛṣṭā
 hiṁsrā vāco ’tivaiśasāḥ
Synonyms: 
bahubhiḥ — by many; yakṣa-rakṣobhiḥ — Yakṣas and Rākṣasas; patti — marching on foot; aśva — on horses; ratha — on chariots; kuñjaraiḥ — or on elephants; ātatāyibhiḥ — ruffians; utsṛṣṭāḥ — were uttered; hiṁsrāḥ — cruel; vācaḥ — words; ati-vaiśasāḥ — murderous.
Translation: 
Cruel and savage slogans were uttered by hosts of ruffian Yakṣas and Rākṣasas, who all either marched on foot or rode on horses, elephants or chariots.