Yet he ran at me on three feet, and, though the club fell on his side, he seized me with his teeth, biting through that leather
bag, which was wound about my middle, into the flesh behind.
This personage had the same sort of sandals with his companion, but instead of the roll of leather
thong, his legs were cased in a sort of gaiters, of which one was red and the other yellow.
It had toppled over the brim of the cylinder and fallen into the pit, with a thud like the fall of a great mass of leather
You may call it by what larned name you please, Judge,” said the hunter, throwing his rifle across his left arm, and knocking up a brass lid in the breech, from which he took a small piece of greased leather
and, wrapping a bail in it, forced them down by main strength on the powder, where he continued to pound them while speaking.
Then he cut his leather
out, all ready to make up the next day, meaning to rise early in the morning to his work.
The man in the leather
jerkin shouldered him aside.
But Raffles had reminded himself by his movement with the flask that it had become dangerously loose from its leather
covering, and catching sight of a folded paper which had fallen within the fender, he took it up and shoved it under the leather
so as to make the glass firm.
And when I had told him he staggered as though he had been struck full in the face, so that he was compelled to grasp my stirrup leather
Each wore the peculiar, high leather
collar that completely hid the neck, and each wore sufficient other leather
to support a single sword and a pocket-pouch.
Taking advantage of the forced wait De Vac undressed the Prince and clothed him in other garments, which had been wrapped in the bundle hidden beneath the thwart; a little red cotton tunic with hose to match, a black doublet and a tiny leather
jerkin and leather
Nikita, though an habitual drunkard, was not drunk that day because since the last day before the fast, when he had drunk his coat and leather
boots, he had sworn off drink and had kept his vow for two months, and was still keeping it despite the temptation of the vodka that had been drunk everywhere during the first two days of the feast.
In a deep leather
chair, his feet resting in another deep leather
chair, at the Indoor Yacht Club, Harry Del Mar yielded to the somniferous digestion of lunch, which was for him breakfast as well, and glanced through the first of the early editions of the afternoon papers.