And his arms fly out again, and the butt of the bodkin touches the baker with a little click.
"Maybe we 'll get a peep at the gardens," said bodkin, endeavoring to console them.
The wrench upon it had already pulled the bodkin from the wainscot.
"Here's Scanlan now, and he 'll tell us everything," said bodkin.
So neglected knocking down, for the sake of taking-up, giving the vagrants their quietus With a bare bodkin.
This bodkin is a noted duellist, and will try to shake your nerve.
I chanced to meet Mrs. bodkin in the street, and she asked me so pressingly—she is so good!
"Spell man," said Dotty, sternly, pointing with a bodkin at Dinah.
Not so Captain bodkin; fatter and more wheezy than ever, he seemed to relish life rather more than when younger.
Mr. bodkin, however, when it came to his turn, had a good deal to say.
late 14c., boydekin, of unknown origin. The ending suggests a diminutive formation, and Celtic has been suggested as the source of the root.