"I'll stake a cowbell that Sevier will stop at the Widow Brown's," he replied.
No, suh; it was a buzzard with a cowbell on his neck—that's whut it was.
A cowbell—that was it; but why did it seem to come from overhead, from up in the sky, like?
My companion said it was a wolf; I said it was a dog; but soon we heard a cowbell.
Not even the breachiest of breachy young heifers could be expected to tinkle a cowbell with such briskness.
Then a cowbell tinkled, causing Mrs. Weems to shake and tremble.
The tinkling of a cowbell warned them that they were approaching a human habitation.
There is the tinkling of a cowbell,—a noise how peevishly discordant were it close at hand, but even musical now.
Here his Honor took up the morning's cowbell and ran his eye up and down a column I knew was mine.
So we sat there awhile and the crows cawed and the cowbell jingled and it was quiet, but we didn't catch any more fish.