He was holdin' the reins at the big end o' the whip, I should suppose.
The big end of the funnel is not six feet from the railings on the off-side.
Don't swop with your relashuns unless you kin afford to give them the big end of the trade.
And so Rutter holds the big end of the whip after all, does he?
Slowly she moved the big end of the spyglass back along the arc it had traveled.
Well, I'll have to grant that you've got a big end of the argument there.
Then one foot and two inch from the big end cut a ring round the bark; wal!
These are known as the crank pin bearings or the "big end" of the connecting rod bearings.
The netting will be fastened on all around here, and this big end left open for him to go in.
Nick took an axe and chopped the big end a little flat on two sides, so that it could be shoved under the stone.