But the rattler that had spent the night in it stuck out his head.
I could feel that rattler on my arm all the way to Lake Tahoe.
Lebrun had never been seen to lift his hand, but he was more dreaded than a rattler.
But from what you say, I'd rather be in bed with a rattler than have a treaty with a Vegan.
That "Cyclone" was a rattler to go, and the sweetest thing to steer that ever walked the waters.
Shun idleness as you do the sting of a hornet, or the bite of a rattler.
The rattler seemed to have extracted the poison from her system, rather than injected it.
Its sting, too, is about as dangerous as the fangs of the rattler.
Certain young men in San Francisco called her a rattler, and certainly there was nothing slow about her.
"She ought to remember that people make a use of coming here," said rattler.
[in the first sense, rattler, ''coach,'' is found by 1630]