Well, then, the fellow who did it seems to have come in here and escaped there, after getting a cut with that crooked knife.
I forgot to say that my driver had also hanging from his girdle a long and crooked knife sheathed in a black canvas scabbard.
He was busily engaged with an Indian crooked knife, endeavouring to make an arrow.
With the couteau croche, the crooked knife of the North, Dick laboured slowly, fashioning with care the long tamarack strips.
If a crooked knife, a tea bag, or anything that is in the heap is needed, everything is tumbled about until it is found.
A crooked knife had nearly found that young mans neck, but a lucky twisting aside saved him.
No Servian who adheres to the ancient costume would consider himself dressed unless the crooked knife hung from his girdle.
The final operation consists in shaving them down with a crooked knife to little more than half an inch in thickness.
One of the most important tools used by the Nenenot is the crooked knife (Fig. 141).
He became frightened and started to run homeward exclaiming, I have forgotten my crooked knife and I must go quickly to get it.