It was nearly dawn when they reached mopstick, where they watered their horses at the trough under the railroad tank.
When you need me you can send a telegram from the railroad station at mopstick.
One olive is as like another as one mopstick is like another.
Here, then, is one that has gained nothing by kings being put down, for I am ruled with a mopstick of iron.
mopstick, mop′stik, n. in an old pianoforte movement, a rod which raises the damper as the key is depressed.
Far down the rails he could see the cluster of buildings that was mopstick, but the limited shot by without stopping.
In the midst of the amenities entered Abbie with eyes aflame, a mopstick in her hand.