SB 10.57.6

strīṇāṁ vikrośamānānāṁ
 krandantīnām anātha-vat
hatvā paśūn saunika-van
 maṇim ādāya jagmivān
Synonyms: 
strīṇām — as the women; vikrośamānānām — called out; krandantīnām — and cried; anātha — persons who have no protector; vat — as if; hatvā — having killed; paśūn — animals; saunika — a butcher; vat — like; maṇim — the jewel; ādāya — taking; jagmivān — he went.
Translation: 
As the women of Satrājit’s palace screamed and helplessly wept, Śatadhanvā took the jewel and left, like a butcher after he has killed some animals.