Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.
Most of these characters are, spiritually speaking, kicking a dented can down a dusty road.
Then there is Southwest Airlines (number three) a case of a well-earned good reputation that has been dented.
On 116th Street, dented low riders slinked by, windows open, music blaring.
He didn't much more than come up to Harve's shoulder and even if the lick had landed, it wouldn't have dented Harve hardly.
The hat was dented, the cape was torn, and there were marks on Mr. Hennessy's face.
He smiled good-humouredly, though his white brow was dented as if by harsh thoughts.
He took it from her and pointed out where it had been dented by the firing-pin.
The paint was scratched, one of the fenders was dented, and on the floor were some paper coffee cups and soda cans.
The blacksmith had dented Hartigan's armour in several places.