Bryk came in third, but he notes with pride that he bested the coal scuttle helmet man in his home county.
When Becky went downstairs, she was not the same Becky who had staggered up, loaded down by the weight of the coal scuttle.
Another most serviceable article is a case for a coal scuttle (Fig. 260).
The dipper, scoop, or bucket is made of iron or steel, shaped somewhat like a coal scuttle.
He left the coal scuttle in the shed, and went out into the air.
A coal scuttle of peat, with less wood, is economical, and gives an equal and very prolonged heat.
The coal scuttle should be coloured black, with yellow to represent brass.
I repeated; but my imagination had reached that point when he might have said in his coal scuttle or his waistcoat pocket.
Anthony put down his coal scuttle and took hold of Betty's tray.
According to him it was bigger than an elephant, had a mouth as wide as a coal scuttle, and eyes that glared like a thousand suns.