At this, Mick slipped off his ragged jacket at once, dragging an even more tattered shirt over his head.
His clothes were poor, and there was more than one hole in the ragged jacket buttoned tightly round him.
When he emerged he staggered under the weight of a crowbar which he vainly tried to hide under his ragged jacket.
"My dear madam, you have mistaken our purpose—we are not as hungry as we look," he said, bowing in his ragged jacket.
She held a small urchin, evidently from the Grassmarket or the Cowgate, firmly by the cuff of his ragged jacket.
An old pair of canvas trousers, a ragged jacket, a shabby vest and hat, were given to me.
It was nothing more remarkable than the figure of a boy in a ragged jacket, who knelt on the garden path below, weeding.
Then, wiping her face with the sleeve of a ragged jacket, she started off toward the squatters' row.
The wifie took his ragged jacket and mended it, dropped a tear in an impossible hole, and a ha'penny in the one good pocket.
Grif wiped the tears from his eyes with the cuff of his ragged jacket, and clenched his teeth.