Why, Mars Tom, I hain't got no coat
o' arm; I hain't got nuffn but dish yer ole shirt, en you knows I got to keep de journal on dat.
with the feeble malice of a tired man; but, as he had no theory, and no coat
on, he was unanimously set at nought - not to mention his smoking hard behind, as he stood with his back to the kitchen fire to draw the damp out: which was not calculated to inspire confidence.
Waters of the Waingunga, Shere Khan gives me his coat
for the love that he bears me.
McGregor's garden," and described how he had been chased about the garden, and had dropped his shoes and coat
At the steps was standing a solitary night sledge-driver in a rough peasant coat
, powdered over with the still falling, wet, and as it were warm, snow.
His whiskers cut off, Noirtier gave another turn to his hair; took, instead of his black cravat, a colored neckerchief which lay at the top of an open portmanteau; put on, in lieu of his blue and high-buttoned frock-coat
, a coat
of Villefort's of dark brown, and cut away in front; tried on before the glass a narrow-brimmed hat of his son's, which appeared to fit him perfectly, and, leaving his cane in the corner where he had deposited it, he took up a small bamboo switch, cut the air with it once or twice, and walked about with that easy swagger which was one of his principal characteristics.
For instance, if a man wanted to buy a coat
, he perhaps exchanged a bear-skin for it.
The loss of his clothes hardly mattered, because He had seven coats
on when he came, With three pairs of boots--but the worst of it was, He had wholly forgotten his name.
The bear said: 'Here, children, knock the snow out of my coat
a little'; so they brought the broom and swept the bear's hide clean; and he stretched himself by the fire and growled contentedly and comfortably.
He could not find his handkerchief, because it was in the pocket of the coat
he had taken off, and he did not know where he had put the coat
, and all the house had to leave off looking for his tools, and start looking for his coat
; while he would dance round and hinder them.
I'll teach you to dress the men in fancy coats
for a parade.
Monsieur Thuran spread his coat
upon the bottom of the boat, and then from a handful of money he selected six franc pieces.
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.
She walked across the room, the bottom of the trousers just showing as the bang of the coat
was disturbed by movement.
When he had waited some days in vain, he saw the Innkeeper dressed in a new and handsome coat
and sitting before his door.