Well, the horse I rode was rasper; perhaps you remember him?
rasper, devilish, was riding on his back; the Venus—well for him!
rasper's fly is waiting for us, and the parson has no manners.
The reverend fox-hunter had never met with such a rasper before.
He drew back a little, and a flash of spiteful triumph told him that she had meant this rasper for him.
Just as the pikes attack is at its height, the rasper suddenly raises his twelve-spined dorsal fin.
Cromwell and his tawnies found it a rasper in my vather's time, and Monmouth is like to do the same.'
Splendidly heavy and solid the rasper feels as he lies upon her tongue!
Having reached the ditch, which certainly was a rasper, Woodward reined round the animal, who crossed it like a swallow.