The first to lift his satchel and make way for her was the tall, thin-faced young man in the straw hat and pepper-and-salt suit.
His suit was pepper-and-salt, and he was just like his suit.
It was a sort of a pepper-and-salt color with a pencil or streak of black hair extending from the back of the ears.
Of course,” said the man in pepper-and-salt; “who but a pig-jobber could have business at Llanfair?
Lost the one that came with the pepper-and-salt suit you're wearing?
How could a man in a three-button, pepper-and-salt cut-away understand?
We haven't got a pepper-and-salt teacher in school, have we?
Behold him in pepper-and-salt pantaloons, with his watch-guard round his neck.
If any latent fire lurked beneath that pepper-and-salt bosom no one had ever glimpsed so much as a spark of it.
"'Twouldn't do any good if the kerns were ripe," said Bobaday, turning his pepper-and-salt trousers up until the linings showed.