The candles revealed the fact that it was not really a precipice, but only a steep clay
hill twenty or thirty feet high.
On the 21st, they encamped amidst high and beetling cliffs of indurated clay
and sandstone, bearing the semblance of towers, castles, churches, and fortified cities.
Now, the clay
is easily penetrable, and the original hole probably pierced a bed of china clay
, and I agree with you that he is at the head of his profession.
He constructed his cabin of small logs about six inches in diameter, stopping the chinks with clay
which he found at the depth of a few feet beneath the surface soil.
Not only this, but on the table I found a small ball of black dough or clay
, with specks of something which looks like sawdust in it.
Having ridden beyond the village, continually meeting and overtaking soldiers and officers of various regiments, they saw on their left some entrenchments being thrown up, the freshly dug clay
of which showed up red.
From the appearance of the road it was patent that it had been used for hauling clay
to the now idle brickyard.
Even the wretched bush-slaves, who had trembled through all the time of their captivity from fear of being eaten, received each a clay
pipe and several sticks of tobacco.
She was clay
, after all, mere clay
, subject to the common law of clay
as his clay
was subject, or anybody's clay
He uttered little crooning noises, alternating with sharp cries akin to pain, half-ecstatic, half-petulant, as he drew a black clay
pipe from a hole in his ear-lobe, and into the bowl of it, with trembling fingers, untwisted and crumbled the cheap leaf of spoiled Virginia crop.
His heredity was a life- stuff that may be likened to clay
He had invented a machine to blow huge soap-bubbles, as big as balloons, and this machine was hidden under the platform so that only the rim of the big clay
pipe to produce the bubbles showed above the flooring.
For a minute, the five young women sat silent looking up at the beautiful, strong figure before them, each longing to see it done, and each unconscious that she was helping, by her individual effort and experience, to bring the day when their noblest ideal of womanhood should be embodied in flesh and blood, not clay
Stretched naked on a long table lay the body of Henry Armstrong, the head defiled with blood and clay
from a blow with a spade.