Pull that trigger an' I'll fill ye fuller o' holes than a pepper-box!
I suspect I should be the goose and she the pepper-box;—but we never could shape that course.
She had her book upside down, putting the holes in the lid of the pepper-box.
“It—it looks like a—a pepper-box,” replied Rose, with some hesitation.
Everybody knows that the "pepper-box" is a very uncertain weapon.
Hang the pepper-box to his nose, nurse, then he will be a cruet.
De runabout jumped sideways an' he lost his pepper-box overboard.
There was a pepper-box without a stopper on the table in our cabin.
The lance-pole of this knight was a clothes-prop, at the end of which a pepper-box was duly fixed instead of a lance.
I suspect I should be the goose, and she the pepper-box;—but we never could shape that course.