The window was a coign of vantage, commanding the corner of Carewe and Main streets.
Warde, from some coign of vantage, had seen a boy leave his house.
As Mrs. Robins fortunately was not hurt, we were all able to enjoy the spirited scene from our coign of vantage.
There was a rush for the coign of vantage, and a great levelling of glasses.
He likes to dwell with them and to inspect them from every coign of vantage.
The prodigy had edged away from his seat to a coign of vantage.
Our idea was that we could be indulgent spectators, regarding from some coign of vantage the antics of the foolish crowd.
"The same," panted Ricketts, from his coign of disadvantage.
Meanwhile the cavalry replaced their guns behind the women's waggons and fired on us from that coign of vantage.
There was no conversation with the hostess—only, as I observed from my coign of vantage, an exchange of compliments and flattery.