“In that case show me the road to the priestess,” said phut.
A bullet went "phut" into the ground at my feet as I lay on a stretcher.
Looks like this ol' sausage was punctured bad, an' I'm gettin' to think she's goin' to phut out quick an' go down wallop.
The two priests went back to the garden, and phut was in solitude.
Then phut left the gallery and went to his chamber on a higher story.
The streets along which phut and the slave passed were narrow for the greater part, crooked and full of holes.
Dost thou who hast entered,” asked the priest, pointing at phut, “know what this sign on the curtain signifies?
The journey had lasted rather long when all at once phut found himself before a low door with a multitude of bronze nail heads.
And our escape, which had offered a most excellent chance of success, went "phut" accordingly.
With the phut of the closing safety-valve came the conductor's cry of "All aboard!"
Phut is placed between Egypt and Canaan in Gen. 10:6, and elsewhere we find the people of Phut described as mercenaries in the armies of Egypt and Tyre (Jer. 46:9; Ezek. 30:5; 27:10). In a fragment of the annuals of Nebuchadrezzar which records his invasion of Egypt, reference is made to "Phut of the Ionians."