The chevalier, who, you must know, was a sly old bird, lowered his right eye on the grisette, still holding the razor
at his throat, and pretended to understand.
At these words he rose, and put off his frock-coat and cravat, went towards a table on which lay his son's toilet articles, lathered his face, took a razor
, and, with a firm hand, cut off the compromising whiskers.
The pedlar drove a smart little mare, and was a young man of excellent character, keen at a bargain, but none the worse liked by the Yankees; who, as I have heard them say, would rather be shaved with a sharp razor
than a dull one.
Pierce, with his scissors and razor
, was at work upon the heads or chins of his other customers.
I have good sons, and also much people who might call the chieftains, but the Achaeans are in the gravest danger; life and death are balanced as it were on the edge of a razor
The throat had evidently been cut with some very sharp instrument - probably with a razor
Like a razor
also, it seemed massy and heavy, tapering from the edge into a solid and broad structure above.
The salt water stung them unpleasantly, but when they were ripe Dan treated them with Disko's razor
, and assured Harvey that now he was a "blooded Banker"; the affliction of gurry-sores being the mark of the caste that claimed him.
Kaa's diamond-shaped head cut the pool like a razor
, and came out to rest on Mowgli's shoulder.
Today, the cold water gave a healthy glow to his face, which, after much stropping of his razor
, he shaved of a week's growth of beard, tawny as his thick, crisp hair where the sun had not yet bleached it.
One was that the unfortunate Hewitt had a deep gash across the jugular, which the triumphant doctor instantly identified as having been made with a sharp steel edge like a razor
When I put that with the voice and figure being the same, and only those things altered which might be changed by a razor
or a wig, I could not doubt that it was the same man.
There is only one weapon that will bring blood with that mere feathery touch: a razor
held by a white man.
Frome turned away again, and taking up his razor
stooped to catch the reflection of his stretched cheek in the blotched looking-glass above the wash-stand.
Arthur, who was stropping a razor
and whistling tunelessly, raised his eyebrows.