It was Koto's voice, and it came from behind the abutment of rock toward which I was hurrying.
The abutment forms were built up as the concreting progressed.
The Sergeant led the remainder of the detail down into the lee of an abutment, to avoid the full drive of the storm.
Considering the abutment and wing wall work, comprising 594 cu.
Bob got a boat and hurried out to the abutment after seeing Kalinski safely in the hands of the police.
Where they stood an abutment of the cliff hid the ravine below.
Then Woodford caught the lantern from Marks and came on down the abutment toward us.
There was a stone wall, or abutment, near the town, about sixty feet high.
Rofflash groped his way over the slimy floor to a small door which he knew opened on to an abutment between two arches.
But--I feel bound to state that I am in some doubt as to the abutment on the other side!'
abutment a·but·ment (ə-bŭt'mənt)
A natural tooth or implanted tooth substitute used to support or anchor a dental prosthesis.